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Blue Spring Heritage Center
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Recommended length of visit: 1-2 hours
Reviewed July 6, 2013 via mobile

Very pricey.. No beautiful garden all we seen were dead weeds and grass. Spring was nasty and not pretty at all. Very highly overrated!! Never return!!! The 10th largest spring in the world is at mammoth spring Arkansas.. And it is free!!!!

3  Thank Jmcnite
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Reviewed June 26, 2013

We stopped by the Blue Spring Heritage Center while on our honeymoon. They start you off with a couple of short videos about the spring. Then you walk down to the spring itself. It was very pretty, and not a bad hike. However, even with a dollar off coupon, it was a little pricey to go look at some water, flowers, and rocks.

Thank Jordan K
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Reviewed June 25, 2013 via mobile

We really did not know what to expect when we went. This place is so gorgeous, the water is so blue and clear. The flowers are nice and in pretty shades. It is a nice little hike up back to the enterance but it worth it.

1  Thank Jennifer Q
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Reviewed June 18, 2013 via mobile

Amazing gardens and awesome spring. Water is extremely cold. Bring your camera. Neat to see all the fish below.

1  Thank BRYAN W
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Reviewed June 17, 2013

The visit starts off with a couple of videos showing the history of the spring and then another showing how some divers explored the origins of the spring. It is not really a cultivated garden, more of a natural nature walk, although there are some plantings. We loved all the butterflies and we also saw some hummingbirds which was a treat. I would allow about 90 minutes but you could cover the ground faster if you are in a hurry. We went early to avoid the crowds and the heat!

1  Thank pacuthbertson
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