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Address: Hot Springs, AR
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+1 501-620-4880
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A collection of historic bathhouses where people flocked in the early 20th...

A collection of historic bathhouses where people flocked in the early 20th century for therapeutic hot springs baths.

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Great walk in the evening

We go on this walk along the bath row every time we visit Hot Springs. It never gets old. The shops along one side of the street are open in the evenings for the most part and the... read more

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Wichita Falls, Texas
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Wichita Falls, Texas
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165 reviews
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Reviewed yesterday NEW via mobile

We go on this walk along the bath row every time we visit Hot Springs. It never gets old. The shops along one side of the street are open in the evenings for the most part and the bath houses are being renovated and more and more are being utilized. Wonderful preservation of such a unique period of US history.

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Conway, Arkansas
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 7 helpful votes
Reviewed yesterday NEW via mobile

I love the fact that the park service has taken over the old bath houses and is bringing them back to some of what they used to be. Interesting history and architecture.

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Dallas, Texas
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 109 helpful votes
Reviewed yesterday NEW via mobile

One bathhouse is a gift shop. One is the visitor center. One bathhouse is now a brewing company. One looked shut down. I believe 2 or 3 are still in operation. Everything is starting to take on a dilapidated look.

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Chicago, Illinois
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 24 helpful votes
Reviewed 2 days ago NEW

I learned that the bathhouse area is within Hot Springs National Park. I saw the landscaping staff trimming the hedges and blowing the clippings around. They had their brown shirt uniforms on with the national park service emblems by their shoulders. Looks well kept up and a joy to visit.

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Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 30 helpful votes
Reviewed 2 days ago NEW via mobile

Bathhouse Row is savior 6 blocks long with restored bathhouses on one side and the usual shops on the other side of the street. Spend a few moments sitting in the porch rocking chairs at one of the bathhouses and let your mind roam back to past times.

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Los Angeles, California
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Reviewed 3 days ago NEW

Don't forget to visit the upper part. At first I did not know there was a walkway behind it. Transports you to the era.

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Kansas City, Missouri
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 44 helpful votes
Reviewed 4 days ago NEW via mobile

The visitor center for the national park is one of the old bathhouses, nicely preserved as a museum. The Central Street has a colorful row of the bathhouses from the 1920s, one of which has been modernized and is still used. You can take in the main features in a couple of hours, and it is an interesting trip back... More 

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Crossville, Tennessee
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Reviewed 6 days ago NEW

So unique to learn about the history of the bathhouses in Hot Springs. Interesting tour to see the rooms and learn how people used to enjoy the baths there. You can see steam and feel the warmth of a couple of the fountains on the street along Bathhouse Row.

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Centennial, Wyoming
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Reviewed 1 week ago

We visited Hot Springs, AR for the first time because of a Coach Rally we attended. We would have never thought to visit but will come again and again. We recommend Hot Springs, AR to anyone and everyone. The people at every turn were wonderful; from breakfast at The English muffin Country Kitchen, to strolling down Bathhouse Row, stopping for... More 

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Madison, Wisconsin
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Being a fan of architecture, it was interesting to walk down "Bathhouse Row" and admire the various buildings. Afterwards we strolled the promenade behind these bath houses, looking at the covered springs and just admiring the area.

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