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Have a Very Memorable Vacation on a Charter Bus in Hot Springs, Arkansas

Hot Springs, Arkansas

Hot Springs is the seat of Garland County and is home to more than 35,000 people. It is one of the best places to head to for a vacation in Arkansas. So why not get on a charter bus in Hot Springs, Arkansas and get ready for a fun and memorable time?

A charter bus in Hot Springs, Arkansas can take you to so many lovely places in the city.

Entertainment & Amusement Parks

Have fun at the Magic Springs Water and Theme Park, where you can ride family rides and roller coasters and where you go down water slides.

Oaklawn Racing and Gaming features live horse racing and simulcasts other races as well. They also have electronic games such as poker, craps and blackjack.

Arts & Culture

There are several museums that you can go to in the city, starting with the Gangster Museum of America, where you could learn about the lives of mobsters who lived in or frequented the city. You can also go to the Josephine Tussaud Wax Museum where you can go through more than two dozen settings and see the lifelike wax figures celebrities, presidents, and royalty, as well as accurate depictions of battles and even the Last Supper. The city also has several art galleries such as the Artist's Workshop Gallery, Gallery Central, the Taylor Bellott Nature Gallery, and the Fox Pass Pottery, among others.

Also check out the Malco Theatre. Or be sure to attend some of the city's best events such as the Valley of the Vapors, Hot Springs Music Festival and the Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival.

Restaurants & Shopping

Go to the Bathhouse Row Emporium, where you could get books about the city, animals and plants that are found in the area, and souvenirs. Then you can shop at the many shops dotting the city, or go to the Hot Springs Mall and the Central City Shopping Center for more shopping options.

Historical Sites & Landmarks

The city has 70 sites listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Go to the Bathhouse Row where you can find a collection of bathhouses that are National Historic Landmarks. These bath houses include Buckstaff, Hale, Fordyce, Lamar, Maurice, Quapaw, Superior and Ozark. Then you can check out Couchwood, which is Harvey C. Couch's summer estate. Couch was the president of Arkansas Light and Power. Built in the 1920s, it has five sculptures by Dionicio Rodriguez.

You can also check out the many historic districts in the city that allow you to visit more places that are near each other. These include Army and Navy General Hospital Historic District, Bellaire Court Historic District, Forest Service Headquarters Historic District, George Klein Tourist Court Historic District, and Hot Springs Central Avenue Historic District, and more than a dozen others.

Parks & Outdoor Activities

Check out the scenery at Hot Springs Mountain Tower where you go 1,200 feet up in the air to get a sweeping view of the Ouachita Mountains. Or you can go to Garvan Woodland Gardens on Lake Hamilton and appreciate nature there.

Zoos & Aquariums

You should really check out the National Park Aquarium, where you could find the biggest fish and reptile displays in Arkansas. You can also go to Arkansas Alligator Farm & Petting Zoo and get close up to the animals you can find there.

A charter bus in Hot Springs, Arkansas is ideal for your vacation. Book now at 1 866-569-2012.

These are just a small sampling of the places you can visit in the city. So be sure to get a charter bus in Hot Springs, Arkansas from BusRental.com and go to all of these attractions and more! Contact us to reserve your bus today!