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Taste of the Holidays in Hot Springs AR

November 12th, 2013 by Kristie Rosset

Mid America Science Museum Taste of the HolidaysOn Sunday, December 1st, you can enjoy the fares of 18 prestigious restaurants in Hot Springs AR by attending the Taste of the Holidays celebration at the Mid-America Science Museum.

The event will feature some of our favorite establishments—like Ambrosia Bakery, Café 1217, and House of Flowers. There will be an auction (both silent and live), and entertainment provided by the Shady Grove Band. The atmosphere will be friendly and festive, and you won’t want to miss the fun!

Taste of the Holidays is about more than the fabulous cuisine. For the past 13 years, Mid America Science Museum has hosted this event as a fundraiser for the museum. MASM is focused on providing hands-on educational opportunities for all ages, and Taste of the Holidays is a pivotal part of keeping that dream alive.

If you would like to participate in the event, contact Cara Matthews at 501.767.3461501.767.3461, ext. 18. Tickets are $65 in advance and $75 at the door, and proceeds benefit the worthwhile Mid-America Science Museum.

To end the festive evening, consider relaxing in a luxurious, comfortable bed at our Arkansas Bed & Breakfast. With a calming view of Lake Hamilton, you will be pampered into a feeling of peace. You can reserve a stay online or call us at 501.525.6155501.525.6155 for more information.

Shipwreck! Pirates and Treasures in Hot Springs, AR

April 17th, 2012 by Kristie Rosset

This world class exhibit features hundreds of authentic shipwreck artifacts,

Shipwreck exploration by Odyssey

gold and silver treasures, as well as the incredible science and technology used to work thousands of feet below the surface of the ocean. Experience hurricane-force winds, pick up treasure with a robotic arm and explore the mysteries of the deep! How cool!

Running through September, you’ll want to make a special effort to visit Hot Springs and see this incredible, fun exhibit that fascinates people of all ages.

We invite you to stay at our award-winning Hot Springs B&B whenever you are in the area.

Top 5 Ways to Stay Cool in Hot Springs

July 21st, 2011 by Kristie Rosset

With the “heat bubble” hovering over most of the U.S., Hot Springs is a pretty good place to have fun and stay cool. Here’s our top five suggestions:

1. Rent a boat, and head to Blakely Dam. The water temp drops to about 48 degrees, creating at least a 10 degree drop in air temperature. Really refreshing on hot summer days. Plus the water is so clear you can see the fish swimming. Try Marineland for boat rentals.

2. The Gangster Museum of America. Spend time indoors at this fun and quirky museum, exploring the unique, checkered history of Hot Springs.

3. Star gaze from the lakeside hammocks of Lookout Point. With a cool beverage and a breeze off the lake, you’ll definitely feel cooler.

4. Crystal Falls Water Park.

Water fun at Crystal Falls

With a lazy river, wave pool, and lots more water fun, Crystal Falls is a cool way to spend the day. Get discounted admission tickets from the inn, and there is no waiting in line for tickets, too.

5. Explore Mid-America Science Museum. More than 100 hands-on exhibits delight by kids and adults of all ages.

Keep Cool!

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