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Discover Bismarck, AR and the Hot Springs Area

Attractions, Entertainment, and Adventure Awaits!

Tiffany’s Bed and Breakfast is located amid the scenic beauty of the Ouachita Mountains region of Arkansas. During your stay, you’ll have an opportunity to experience many of the exciting things to do in the area. Hot Springs has a wealth of attractions, entertaining activities, and outdoor adventures for all ages and interests.

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Hot Springs National Park

Enjoy relaxing in thermal waters

Hot Springs National Park is America’s first National Park, established in 1832. Here visitors can bathe in the thermal waters on Historic Bathhouse Row, enjoy 26 miles of hiking trails, scenic drives, and a view of the entire area at the Hot Springs Mountain Tower.

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Lakes and Rivers

Fishing, boating & more

With 4 lakes and 2 rivers nearby, we enjoy more than just the thermal waters of Hot Springs National Park! From DeGray Lake's trophy-winning fishing and scenic boating opportunities to floating down the Caddo River by kayak, canoe, or tube, there's something for every water enthusiast to enjoy. Surrounding state parks, such as Lake Catherine State Park and Lake Ouachita State Park, provide stunning natural landscapes and recreational activities, ensuring endless adventures for visitors of all ages.

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Diamond Digging & Crystal Hunting Adventures

Unearth Treasures near Tiffany's B&B

Located 45 miles from Tiffany’s Bed and Breakfast, the Crater of Diamonds State Park offers rockhounds an opportunity to mine for diamonds at the only diamond mine in North America. The best quartz crystals in the world also happen to be located in central Arkansas, with numerous crystal mines open to the public.

Crater Diamonds State Park
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Garvan Woodland Gardens

University of Arkansas’ Botanical Garden

Garvan Woodland Gardens presents nature lovers a botanical masterpiece on the shores of Lake Hamilton and covers an expansive area of about 210 acres. The gardens are part of the University of Arkansas and serve as an educational and cultural hub in the Hot Springs area.

From November to New Year’s Eve, the Gardens feature more than 4 million lights in a winter wonderland. Also home to the stunning Anthony Chapel.

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Mountain Biking

Home to 3 IMBA Epic Trails

Our area offers mountain biking trails suitable for all levels. So whether you're a beginner looking to dip your toes into the world of mountain biking or an experienced rider seeking the next adrenaline rush, our area's diverse range of trails has something for everyone.

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Live Racing & Outdoor Adventure

Immerse yourself in the thrill of live thoroughbred horse racing at Oaklawn Racing Casino Resort every December through May. Experience the electrifying atmosphere as top-notch jockeys and their magnificent steeds compete for glory on the track.

You can also stay active while in the natural beauty of Hot Springs! From casting a line on a scenic lake to teeing off on a championship course, our area offers a variety of activities for outdoor enthusiasts. Hike through lush forests, bike along scenic trails, or birdwatch – all within easy reach of Tiffany's Bed and Breakfast.

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Galleries, art classes, & more

Hot Springs was named #4 of the 100 Best Art Towns in America. Don’t miss the monthly Gallery Walk on the 1st Friday of each month.

Visit art galleries, murals, Wednesday Night Poetry (the longest-running consecutive weekly open mic series in the country), as well as “make your own” art classes.

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Evening Entertainment

Theater, Music & Magic

Hot Springs offers a vibrant nightlife scene with a diverse array of activities to enjoy after the sun goes down. From magical performances to live music and captivating theater productions, there's something for everyone to experience and enjoy in the evening hours.

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Baseball, Gangsters & Gambling

While Hot Springs National Park is full of history, the city of Hot Springs also has its own rich history, from its contributions to baseball to its colorful past as a hub for gambling and organized crime. Whether you're a sports enthusiast, a history buff, or simply curious about the city's storied past, these museums provide engaging experiences that illuminate different facets of Hot Springs' heritage.

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Festivals and Events

A monthly calendar of things to do

No matter when you visit Hot Springs, there's always something exciting happening. Be sure to check our events calendar to plan your trip around one of the many festivals and events that celebrate everything from the area’s vibrant culture and rich history to the delightfully unique.