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Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival

Venues

    The Arlington, Cinema 1

    The historic Arlington Resort Hotel & Spa is the largest hotel in Arkansas, hosting hundreds of grand balls and social events since 1875. Politicians, dignitaries, actors, gangsters, and entertainment and sports legends have bathed in the bath house, danced to the music, and enjoyed the splendor and charm — The Arlington is truly a legend.


    The Arlington, Cinema 2

    The historic Arlington Resort Hotel & Spa is the largest hotel in Arkansas, hosting hundreds of grand balls and social events since 1875. Politicians, dignitaries, actors, gangsters, and entertainment and sports legends have bathed in the bath house, danced to the music, and enjoyed the splendor and charm — The Arlington is truly a legend.


    Bones Chop House

    Hot Springs’ own Bone’s ChopHouse offering premium in-house cut steaks, fresh seafood, and full service bar with a great selection of wines. With over 100 years combined experience in the restaurant and food industry and a Chef-inspired menu offering bold flavors and market fresh ingredients, with a touch of modern cuisine.


    Deluca’s Pizzeria

    Anyone who’s met a New York pizza fiend knows that good pizza starts with great water. DeLuca’s Pizzeria has some of the best pies in the country, made using high-quality ingredients and water from the Arkansas Hot Springs. Try Frankie’s Classic Margherita Pie, which features a thin brick-oven-cooked crust topped with mozzarella, Parmigiano-Reggiano, extra virgin olive oil and homemade tomato sauce, then fresh basil.


    Gangster Museum of America

    Take yourself back to the days of the 20s, 30s, and 40s when mineral water, gambling, bootlegging, and other extreme pleasures brought visitors from all over the world to Hot Springs, Arkansas. The Gangster Museum of America is an historic and entertaining account of how some of the most notorious criminals in America co-existed with the quaint population of this little valley town in the mountains of central Arkansas. The audiovisual experience of the seven galleries is in itself worth the price of admission. Play in the antique casino and hear the historian in the museum theater relate the who, what, when, and where of stories that are fascinating, informative, and educational.


    Grateful Head

    Now located in a convenient location, Grateful Head Pizza & Beer Garden is the grooviest place in Hot Springs, AR to eat pizza and drink a nice cold beer. We are a casual relaxed ambiance with moderate inexpensive prices.  Whenever you, friends, and family finds yourselves in downtown Hot Springs be sure to stop into Grateful Head.  All walk-ins are welcome or call the head for take-out.


    Low Key Arts

    Low Key Arts is a 501c3 public charity. With the help of dedicated sponsors and volunteers, Low Key Arts has been presenting original, forward-thinking, and independent music and art in the town of Hot Springs National Park, Arkansas since 2005.

     


    Ozark Bathhouse

    Former bathhouse, built in 1922, known for its Spanish colonial facade and resident artist program.


    Skateland

    Skateland — Hot Springs’ very own hidden jewel of a skating rink — opens its doors to the HSDFF! When was the last time you skated laps on a floor as vast or smooth as this one? Travel back in time to an era of simple, high-energy fun complete with roller skate rentals, a video arcade, and of course…concessions!


    Superior Bathhouse Brewery

    The Superior Bathhouse is now home to the only brewery in a United States National Park, and the only brewery in the world to utilize thermal spring water to make their beer.


    Whittington Place

    Let the special warmth of our stained glass windows give your occasion a special glow. It is a place of tranquility and beauty waiting for you to enter for a special moment in your life. It is an old place with a new ambiance.