The superintendent of Hot Springs National Park says it would be a disservice to the historic ambiance of the park to open a Ripley`s Believe It or Not! museum. Park superintendent Josie Fernandez says the museum can locate on the side of Central Avenue that is devoted to private business and is not part of the national park. Fernandez says the architecture of Bathhouse Row is represents part of the nation`s history. Several of the bathhouses are being renovated, but Fernandez says only certain types of businesses will be allowed to locate inside the structures.