Opened since 1912, the Buckstaff has become Bath House Row's only operational bath house within the Hot Springs National ... More
Buckstaff Bath House
Opened since 1912, the Buckstaff has become Bath House Row's only operational bath house within the Hot Springs National Park. Patrons can enjoy traditional thermal mineral baths and Swedish style massages.
What a deal...bath, whirlpool, packs, massage for an incredible price!
bath attendant J...must have had a bad day...rude ...
other then that it was an incredible experience...the massage was great-it felt like a real massage...those ladies know how to massage
I just went to the Bath House Show this past weekend and loved every minute of it. It is by far the best show I have EVER seen, and I have been to many shows all around the world. Everyone plays several instruments, which was very impressive. The Wilkins' girls, all three, should get a record deal. All three are so very talented. I hope someone will sign those girls one day so the whole world could see how talented they truly are.
I went to Hot Springs with my family of 6 this past weekend and we went to the Bathhouse show not knowing what to expect. It was beyond our expectations. Every performer was OUTSTANDING!!! Highly recommend for others to see. Great for the entire family. Will return soon! The Wilkins Family was incredible! Kelley, what an incredible voice. She should get a record deal. Marcie and Katie will go far in the music industry. Tom, you are such a comedian. Everyone enjoyed the performance that night, with a standing ovation. GREAT FOR ALL AGES! Our family from 4 years-70 years.
My husband and I and our two teenagers went to the show and couldn't wait for it to be over, it was awful!!! We have been to variety shows in Branson and Gatlinburg and really enjoyed them so it's not like these shows don't appeal to us. The theater is old and the chairs are horribly uncomfortable and if you are a large person you won't fit!!! The theater could use some work. The show just wasn't good the singers were not that great and the oldest woman who sang the worst her microphone was way too loud. The comdy was feable at best. We noticed that most of the families and the younger crowd left at intermission. All that was left after that was my family and a bunch of 60, 70 and 80 year olds. I just would not recommend it.
We had a great time. We brought our mother's age 73& 74 to the Bath House Show this past fall and oh what a time we all had. We laughed so much me cried and wished is had lasted longer. A great clean show for all ages. Hope to come back soon.
It's been years since I've been to the show. My family and I went several times when we visited the Hot Springs area throughout the years. The show was filled with great energy, moving music and stories, show-stopping humor and patriotic and religious respect.
I'd like to go back again some day soon. I certainly hope it's still as exciting now as it was then.
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