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Hot Springs, Arkansas
This historic city features amazing thermal water, rich history, beautiful architecture and an abundance of recreational activities in addition to the Swalls wedding. In the center of it all is Hot Springs National Park, the oldest federally protected land in the National Park System.

Below are a sampling of some of the exciting events in and around Hot Springs. For more information about the city and the many things to do there, visit HotSprings.Org.

Buckstaff Bathhouse
509 Central Ave.
Located On Historic Bath House Row in beautiful downtown Hot Springs, Arkansas, the Buckstaff is the only remaining operational bath house within the boundaries of the Hot Springs National Park and has been in continuous service since 1912. The Buckstaff offers traditional thermal mineral baths and Swedish-style massages.

Hot Springs Mountain Tower
401 Hot Springs Mountain Dr
501-623-6035, 800-SPA-CITY
Elevate yourself 1,256 feet above sea level, overlooking 140 miles of beautiful Arkansas countryside, including Hot Springs National Park and the Ouachita Mountains. Located atop Hot Springs Mountain.

Magic Springs Theme Park
1701 Highway 70 E.
Magic Springs, the only theme park located in a national park, is the best entertainment value in the region. Located in the scenic foothills of the Ouachita Mountains, a day at Magic Springs is sure to be a hit with the entire family. The 2006 Spring weekend-only season is expected to begin in early April.

Mid-America Science Museum
500 Mid-America Blvd.
501-767-3461, 800-632-0583
Enter the worlds of energy, life, matter and perception at Mid-America Science Museum. See-Touch-Do! Exciting exhibits like Caged Lightning-Tesla Coil (1.5 Million Volts), Van de Graaff Generator, Night Crawler, & Underground Arkansas. The "Caged Lightning-Tesla Coil" is the largest conical Tesla Coil on Earth! This permanent exhibit is an icon of an exhibit for MASM, & has generated considerable interest nationwide.

National Park Aquarium
209 Central Avenue
Arkansas' largest fish and reptiles exhibit. See how the other two-thirds of the world lives. All Arkansas fish, plus many saltwater species, displayed in their natural habitats. Also, many reptiles and a 90 lb. snapping turtle. Unique gift shop on premises. The most talked about exhibit in Hot Springs.

Oaklawn Park
2705 Central Avenue
800-OAKLAWN, 501-623-4411
The Thoroughbreds of Oaklawn Park offer some of the most heart-stopping excitement you'll find in The Natural State. From February into mid-April, see the nation's top names battle it out at one of the nation's finest tracks. And it's all located in the middle of historic and beautiful Hot Springs National Park. We also offer a complete simulcast season of coast-to-coast tracks, so you'll find plenty to do no matter what time of year you're here.