Welcome to
The Mountain Valley
Spring Company

150 Central Avenue
Hot Springs National Park, AR 71901
telephone: (501) 623-6671

Corporate Headquarters and Museum

Perhaps no other place in Arkansas enjoys such an illustrious past as Hot Springs National Park, and Mountain Valley's historic building surely complements the area's renaissance.

The Mountain Valley Spring Company building is a 1990 recipient of the National Preservation Honor Award given by the National Trust for Historic Preservation. This is in recognition of exceptional accomplishment in the preservation, rehabilitation, restoration and interpretation of America's architectural and cultural heritage.

In 1921, the third floor was constructed as a luxurious ballroom with an oriental motif.

The third floor ballroom now houses the corporation's executive offices. Careful restoration of the pagoda lanterns and chandeliers, along with the original stained glass globe measuring more than three feet across, exemplify this grand by-gone era. Imagine the band playing a fox-trot as you step onto the authentic white maple dance floor.

Tour the beautifully restored Mountain Valley Spring Company building located in historic Hot Springs National Park, Arkansas. Sample delicious Mountain Valley Spring Water while enjoying historical and informative exhibits.

The first two levels of this historic building were constructed in 1910. While it was originally designed to house the Desoto Mineral Spring Company, Mountain Valley Water assumed residence in the 1920's. Such treasures as Tuscan columns and pink marble invite over 50,000 tourists annually to view historic exhibits and displays.

Mountain Valley Spring Water has been popular in the White House since Calvin Coolidge's presidency. The Hall os Fame features over 200 celebrities and famous figures who savor the taste of Mountain Valley Spring Water.

Hydroponic gardens demonstrate the ability to grow vegetation in our natural mineral water without soil.

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