VISITOR CENTER

This stately structure, a fine example of Classical Revival style, was originally built over a spring in 1910. Historically authentic renovations were completed in 2004, adding to its popularity among Hot Springs residents and visitors.

Call 800.828.0836 for more information.
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HOURS OF OPERATION MON. TO FRI. 9 AM TO 4:30 PM | SAT. 10 AM TO 4 PM | SUN. 12 PM TO 4 PM

Mountain Valley Spring Water Visitor Center

BATHHOUSE ROW

The natural hot springs, gardens and promenades along Bathhouse Row have made this area a favorite destination for everyone from respected presidents to notorious gangsters. Mountain Valley is proud to be a part of its rich heritage.

BOTTLED WATER MUSEUM

Our Visitor Center also serves as a museum of bottled water featuring a comprehensive display of Mountain Valley packaging, along with many other brands from the turn of the century.

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JAPANESE BALLROOM

The third floor of our Visitor Center was originally constructed as a “Japanese Ballroom” – a big-band hot spot during the roaring 1920s. Now it serves as administrative offices with carefully restored original decor.

NATIONAL REGISTER

Our Visitor Center and headquarters building is on the National Register of Historic Places as part of Hot Springs’s Central Avenue Historic District.

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VISITOR CENTER

This stately structure, a fine example of Classical Revival style, was originally built over a spring in 1910. Historically authentic renovations were completed in 2004, adding to its popularity among Hot Springs residents and visitors.

Call 800.828.0836 for more information.

HOURS OF OPERATION MON. TO FRI. 9 AM TO 4:30 PM | SAT. 10 AM TO 4 PM | SUN. 12 PM TO 4 PM

Mountain Valley Spring Water Visitor Center

BATHHOUSE ROW

The natural hot springs, gardens and promenades along Bathhouse Row have made this area a favorite destination for everyone from respected presidents to notorious gangsters. Mountain Valley is proud to be a part of its rich heritage.

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BOTTLED WATER MUSEUM

Our Visitor Center also serves as a museum of bottled water featuring a comprehensive display of Mountain Valley packaging, along with many other brands from the turn of the century.

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JAPANESE BALLROOM

The third floor of our Visitor Center was originally constructed as a “Japanese Ballroom” – a big-band hot spot during the roaring 1920s. Now it serves as administrative offices with carefully restored original decor.

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NATIONAL REGISTER

Our Visitor Center and headquarters building is on the National Register of Historic Places as part of Hot Springs’s Central Avenue Historic District.