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“Soak In” History, Architecture & Art with New Digital Walking Tour Guide

“Architecture is the most visible and monumental form of art. And Hot Springs is an architectural gallery of buildings and houses representing a variety of styles.” This was the introduction visitors to Hot Springs were greeted with for over 20 years inside a 16-page, black and tan Walking Tour Guide brochure. This pamphlet focused on...

An Afternoon at the Museum – Visiting the Historic Pioneer Museum

If there's one thing you can say about Hot Springs, it's a town that embraces its history. From a rich Native American history as a place of healing, to the pioneers who built a health resort, to the legacy of caring for our nation's soldiers, Hot Springs's history is most interesting in how it is...
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Hot Springs On The Big Screen – 10 Movies Filmed in The Veterans Town

South Dakota has a small but growing film industry that has brought a number of filmmakers and movie stars to our state, ranging from Kevin Costner's world-renowned Dances With Wolves to Disney's National Treasure 2: Book of Secrets starring Nic Cage, from Michael Apted's Thunderheart starring Val Kilmer and Graham Greene to portions of the...

Top 5 Places to See the Springs in Hot Springs

The #1 Question asked at our local attractions and visitor information center is, of course, “where are the springs in Hot Springs?” We’ve compiled this handy-dandy list of the best places to find the natural warm mineral spring water that has soothed generations. 5. MINNEKAHTA SPRINGS Location: Minnekahta Avenue/Near Kidney Springs Minnekahta Springs, once an...