Visit the park Visitor Center and Museum inside the Fordyce Bathhouse, located at the midpoint of Bathhouse Row on Central Avenue. See exhibits, watch park movies, and take a tour of the elegant Edwardian Era bathhouse. Also visit the Bathhouse Row Emporium--the park store--inside the Lamar Bathhouse toward the southern end of Bathhouse Row near the intersection of Central Avenue and Reserve Street. Shop for souvenirs and taste the hot spring water. Both facilities are open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily; closed New Year's Day, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day. The Bathhouse Row Emporium also stays open late for Gallery Walk on the first Friday of every month.
Soak in pools with the hot spring water or have a modern day spa experience at the Quapaw Baths and Spa. Children 14 and older may use the spa pools. Read more about it.
Hot Springs National Park
Visit the Hot Springs Mountain Tower
Did You Know?
In 1892 U.S. Army Lt. Robert R. Stevens hired the noted Boston firm of Frederick Law Olmsted to create landscaping plans for Hot Springs Reservation, now Hot Springs National Park. Stevens rejected the firm’s plans in 1893, but some features were adopted and still survive today.