5 Sights in Hot Springs, United States (with Map and Images)


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Explore interesting sights in Hot Springs, United States. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 5 sights are available in Hot Springs, United States.

1. Hot Springs National Park

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Hot Springs National Park is an American national park in central Garland County, Arkansas, adjacent to the city of Hot Springs, the county seat. Hot Springs Reservation was initially created by an act of the United States Congress on April 20, 1832, to be preserved for future recreation. Established before the concept of a national park existed, it was the first time that land had been set aside by the federal government to preserve its use as an area for recreation. The hot spring water has been popularly believed for centuries to possess medicinal properties, and was a subject of legend among several Native American tribes. Following federal protection in 1832, the city developed into a successful spa town.

Wikipedia: Hot Springs National Park (EN)

2. Hot Springs Confederate Monument

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The Hot Springs Confederate Monument is located in Landmark Plaza in central Hot Springs, Arkansas. It is a marble representation of a Confederate Army soldier, manufactured by the McNeel Marble Company of Marietta, Georgia. The figure is 6 feet (1.8 m) tall, and is mounted on a granite base 12 feet (3.7 m) tall and 6 feet square. The monument was placed in 1934 by the local chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy, and was the last Confederate monument placed in one of Arkansas' major cities. Lynchings took place at the site in the decades before its construction.

Wikipedia: Hot Springs Confederate Monument (EN)

3. Magic Springs Theme & Water Park

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Magic Springs Theme & Water Park Magic Springs and Crystal Falls / Fair use

Magic Springs Theme and Water Park, known as Magic Springs, is an amusement park and water park located in Hot Springs, Arkansas, about 50 mi (80 km) from Little Rock. A single price admission includes all day use of the rides and attractions in both parks. The park is open weekends from April through October and daily late-May through mid-August. Magic Springs Theme and Water Park was opened in 1977, closed in 1995, and reopened in 2000. Magic Springs Theme and Water Park is owned by EPR Properties and operated by Premier Parks, LLC.

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4. Bathhouse Row

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Bathhouse Row

Bathhouse Row is a collection of bathhouses, associated buildings, and gardens located at Hot Springs National Park in the city of Hot Springs, Arkansas. The bathhouses were included in 1832 when the Federal Government took over four parcels of land to preserve 47 natural hot springs, their mineral waters which lack the sulphur odor of most hot springs, and their area of origin on the lower slopes of Hot Springs Mountain.

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5. Garvan Woodland Gardens

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Garvan Woodland Gardens is a 210-acre botanical garden and woodland garden located at 550 Arkridge Road, approximately 6 miles from Hot Springs National Park in Hot Springs, Arkansas, United States. Owned by the University of Arkansas, it has the stated mission of education, research and public service. For an admission fee, it is open daily, except on Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day and the month of January.

Wikipedia: Garvan Woodland Gardens (EN), Website


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