Trinkhalle (covered walkway of pump room)
The impressive building next to the Kurhaus stands out with its 90m long covered walkway which is open to the river Oos and supported by 16 Corinthian columns. This is a very special location for functions and events, particularly in the evening when the lights gradually go on all over town.
The pump room was built between 1839 and 1842 according to plans drawn up by Heinrich Hübsch, one of Friedrich Weinbrenner's pupils, and is located to the right of the Kurhaus. 16 Corinthian columns support the open covered walkway that is 90 metres long where visitors can admire 14 wall paintings. The paintings were produced by the artist Jakob Götzenberger, a contemporary of Moritz von Schwind. They show scenes from the region's myths and legends, thus depicting possible places to visit in the nearer vicinity.
The pump room with its open covered walkway is a quite unusual setting for events during the warmer months of the year. Whether you are holding a reception or a gala dinner, your guests will love the unique ambience. Wind lights positioned right along the balustrade create a very special atmosphere.
Our team of professional technicians will gladly help you create atmospheric lighting for the covered walkway and can provide a sound and loudspeaker system. Mobile equipment leaves almost nothing to be desired.
The fountain hall is home to a bistro and toilets.
- 500 sqm