Hamilton House Estate
132 Van Lyell Terrace, Hot Springs, AR, USAhttp://www.hamiltonhouseestate.com501-520-4040
J&S Italian Villa
4836 Central Avenuehttp://www.jandsitalianvilla.com(501) 525-1121Let us show you what authentic Italian cuisine is all about. Our hilltop villa has an amazing view of Lake Hamilton to finish off your experiance at J&S Italian Villa in beautiful Hot Springs, Arkansas. After your meal stop by the bar for a drink. We would love to chat with you. Our extensive menu includes pasta, steaks, fowl and fish dishes. Choose from more than 50 superb entrees made from the finest ingredients. Dine on the patio to view the splendor of the sunset on Lake Hamilton for an evening to remember.
Back Porch Grill
4810 Central Avenuehttp://www.backporchgrill.com(501) 525-0885WELCOME TO THE BACK PORCH GRILL! Founded in 2002, the Back Porch Grill is a family-owned and family-friendly favorite for locals and visitors alike in Hot Springs, Arkansas. Our prime location on beautiful Lake Hamilton invites boaters and walk-ins alike to enjoy our relaxing sun-splashed outdoor patio, warm interior decor and great food. The Back Porch Grill prides itself on using only Black Angus beef for our legendary hand-cut steaks, but that's only the beginning — we also serve a delicious variety of seafood, pastas, salads and signature appetizers. Click here for menu.
Fat bottoms girls cupcakes
124 central avenuehttp://www.fbgcupcakes.com501-318-0997
Mid-America Science Museum
500 Mid America Boulevardhttp://www.midamericamuseum.org(501) 767-3461The mission of Mid-America Science Museum is to stimulate interest in science, to promote public understanding of the sciences, and to encourage life-long science education through interactive exhibits and programs. The Museum also serves as a premier tourism attraction in Arkansas.
Oaklawn Jockey Club
2705 Central Avenuehttp://www.oaklawn.com(501) 623-4411Oaklawn has evolved into one of the premier race meets in the country. Best known as the home of the Racing Festival of the South and Arkansas Derby, the track has played host to some of the biggest names in the sport including champions Temperence Hill, Cigar, Curlin, Paseana, Azeri, Tiffany Lass, Smarty Jones, Afleet Alex, Rachel Alexandra, Lookin At Lucky, Blind Luck and Zenyatta.
Garvan Woodland Gardens
550 Arkridge Roadhttp://www.garvangardens.org(501) 262-9300Welcome to Garvan Woodland Gardens, the botanical garden of the University of Arkansas. Nestled in the picturesque Ouachita Mountains of Southwest Arkansas, the Gardens are a wonderful gift to all people from local industrialist and philanthropist Verna Cook Garvan. Garvan Woodland Gardens is an example of The Natural State at its best: a canopy of pines reaching skyward providing protection for delicate flora and fauna, gentle lapping waves that unfold along the 4 ½ miles of wooded shoreline, and rocky inclines that remind us of the surrounding Ouachita Mountains.
Josephine Tussaud Wax Museum
250 Central Avenuehttp://www.rideaduck.com/waxmuseum/index.php?p=home(501) 623-5836No trip to Hot Springs is complete without a visit to the Josephine Tussaud Wax Museum. This unique attraction takes you through seven different worlds in more than 30 magnificent settings. See everything from celebrities, royalty and presidents to historically accurate battle scenes and a creation of Leonardo Da Vinci's "Last Supper." You won't believe your eyes as to how lifelike the figures are!
The Gangster Museum of America
510 Central Avenuehttp://www.tgmoa.com(501) 318-1717Take yourself back to the days when gambling, boot-legging, prostitution, and hot mineral baths brought people from all over the country to the Spa City. Relive this era with a one hour guided tour that exposes the world beneath Central Avenue.
American Art Gallery
724 Central Avenuehttp://americanartgalleryandgifts.com(501) 624-0550If you are looking for something unique and unusual in fine art, it can be found at the American Art Gallery, 724 Central Avenue, in downtown Hot Springs National Park, Arkansas. The American Art Gallery represents local, regional, national and International artists, and is a Thomas Kinkade (Painter of Light) Showcase Gallery.
Artists' Workshop Gallery
810 Central Avenuehttp://www.artistsworkshopgallery.com/AWG/Home.html(501) 623-6401We are a cooperative gallery composed of local Arkansas artists, who manage and staff the gallery and display our artwork here. You will see a variety of styles and mediums on display. Our art is excellent and affordable, and much of it is based on the beautiful Arkansas landscape and the many historic buildings in the local area. There is often an artist or two drawing or painting in the gallery, so stop by to enjoy the art, talk to the artists, and watch the process involved in creating a painting.
Museum of Contemporary Art
425 Central Avenuehttp://www.museumofcontemporaryart.com(501) 609-9966Founded in 2003, the Museum of Contemporary Art proudly displays one of a kind pieces to create a one of a kind experience. This educational and sophisticated institution is dedicated to acquiring and exhibiting the finest modern and contemporary art from around the world to culturally enrich the lives of residents and millions of visitors of Hot Springs, Arkansas.
Fine Arts Center of Hot Springs
626 Central Avenuehttp://www.hsfac.com(501) 624-0489The mission of the Fine Arts Center of Hot Springs is to be a focal point of the arts in Hot Springs and the surrounding counties by providing quality education and cultural experiences and to encourage the advancement of the arts for the enrichment of the entire community.
Central City 10 Cinemas
909 Higdon Ferry Roadhttp://www.carmike.com/ShowTimes/Theater/125(501) 623-1615
Pocket Community Theatre
170 Ravine Streethttp://www.pockettheatre.com(501) 623-8585The Pocket Community Theatre is a non-profit, volunteer based, live production theatre located at the corner of Ramble and Ravine Streets just off of Park Avenue in downtown Hot Springs, Arkansas.
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