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Hot Springs Mountain Tower

Listed under Visitor Attractions in Arkansas, United States.

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It looks rather foreign rising from the hills of the Ouachita Mountains near Hot Springs, Arkansas, but do not let the Hot Springs Mountain Tower’s spacecraft-like appearance fool you: it offers one of the best opportunities for observing Arkansas’s natural beauty in the state. Dense forests covering mountains look more like moss on rocks from the observation decks, and it’s hard to believe you can see the entire city of Hot Springs from this one point.

Where

401 Hot Springs Mountain Dr
Hot Springs, AR 71901

When

November 1- February 28: 9 AM-5 PM
March 1- May 15: 9 AM-6 PM
May 16-Labor Day: 9 AM-9 PM
Day After Labor Day-October 31: 9 AM-6 PM

Written by  Alex Witt.

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