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Hall des Sources & Galerie Couverte

Historic site and monument, Historic patrimony, Fountain, (Thermal) baths, Art Nouveau or Art Déco, 19th C, Classified in Vichy
  • The Hall des Sources now houses the refreshment stands for the 5 springs used for drinking cures: Célestins, Lucas, Hôpital, Chomel and Grande Grille. On either side of the park, a gallery built in 1900 leads to the Palais des Congrès-Opéra.

  • Originally an Art Nouveau building, the Hall des Sources has since been modernized.

    Two springs gush out here: the Grande-Grille spring and the Chomel spring.

    The other three springs, on the other hand, are channelled here from their natural source. Inspired by the "trinkalle" of German or Austro-Hungarian spas, this glass and cast-iron vessel is designed to be in harmony with the Parc des Sources.

    Spa guests have access to all the springs on site. If you don't have a Pass Curistes,...
    Originally an Art Nouveau building, the Hall des Sources has since been modernized.

    Two springs gush out here: the Grande-Grille spring and the Chomel spring.

    The other three springs, on the other hand, are channelled here from their natural source. Inspired by the "trinkalle" of German or Austro-Hungarian spas, this glass and cast-iron vessel is designed to be in harmony with the Parc des Sources.

    Spa guests have access to all the springs on site. If you don't have a Pass Curistes, you have limited access to the Célestins spring on the east side of the building (rue Wilson and rue Thermale sides).
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