Bubbling Up Podcast Ep 1: Karen Meston, Christmas in the Hills & Hot Springs Theatre

Welcome to the new Bubbling Up podcast, coordinated through the Hot Springs, SD, Area Chamber of Commerce. Each episode will feature some of the voices from around the Hot Springs and Southern Black Hills of South Dakota, including local businesses owners, non-profit volunteers, community leaders, and simply anyone with an interesting story that adds to...
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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...