The Magical Attraction In Arkansas You Have To See To Believe
Springtime is just around the corner, and I’m sure you’re penciling in all the things you’ll want to do after the weather allows you to spend more time outdoors. We are the Natural State, of course, and that means there are a million ways for you to spend time outside. One of those ways of taking in the best of the Natural State will give you an experience you really have to see to believe. Garvan Woodland Gardens is a sprawling botanical garden managed by the University of Arkansas where you can stroll through hundreds of picturesque acres to see a wonderland unlike any other.
Garvan Woodland Gardens is located at 550 Arkridge Road in Hot Springs. You can find directions here.
If you want to see a sea of daffodils this spring, Garvan Woodland Gardens is definitely the place to be. There are 235 varieties of Narcissus on Daffodil Hill, and they'll be blooming in late February and early March.
Or a sea of tulips. The tulips should begin to bloom in mid-March.
This 210 acre botanical garden becomes a wonderland in a riot of color in the spring months.
Paths will lead you through all the wonderful flora.
Lovely small waterfalls and bridges make Garvan Woodland Gardens a truly picturesque place to have an adventure.
There simply isn’t anywhere on the grounds that isn’t stunningly picturesque, especially in the spring.
The Millsap Canopy Bridge allows you to take in the beauty of the trees.
On the grounds you’ll also find the unique architectural wonder of Anthony Chapel, which aims to bring natural light and beauty into a man-made space.
You may even catch a glimpse of some exotic wildlife.
There just isn’t anywhere more magical in the springtime than Garvan Woodland Gardens.
Since you’ll be in Hot Springs anyway, you should totally visit Bathhouse Row and see why Hot Springs is the best barbecue city in Arkansas.