Quapaw Bathhouse

Then & Now
Looking North towards the Quapaw Bathhouse with its domed roof and large arches. Modern image of the Quapaw Bathhouse, largely unchanged from its historic form.
Quapaw Bathhouse, 1922. NPS Photo/HOSP Archives
Quapaw Bathhouse, 2020. NPS Photo

Quapaw Bathhouse from the south end on a sunny day with a deep blue sky. The Quapaw Bathhosue is a white stucco structure with a red tile roof and a mosaic tiled dome in the center of the roof.
The mosaic tiled dome of the Quapaw Bathhouse makes it the most striking building on Bathhouse Row today.

NPS photo

Bathhouse History

The Quapaw Bathhouse opened in 1922. It is the longest building on Bathhouse Row, occupying the site of two previous bathhouses, the Horseshoe and Magnesia. Vacant since closing in 1984, it was the first to be leased for adaptive reuse. It reopened as a family-oriented spa in late June 2008.


The Quapaw Bathhouse is one of two locations where visitors can soak in the thermal springs. Quapaw offers private baths, public pools, and modern day spa services. Visit the Quapaw Baths website for more information.


Last updated: June 4, 2020

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