Spa Park Bad Boll
Prolific sulphur springs were discovered in Bad Boll as early as the 16th century – the basis for the therapeutic spa treatments which were given a fitting setting in a building (Kurhaus) designed by Heinrich Schickhardt, and the surrounding spa park.
The Kurpark with its arcaded walk is located opposite the entrance to the Kurhaus. Both were constructed/laid out in 1823.
The park impresses with its wonderful old trees dating from the 19th century. A particular attraction is the covered walkway in Biedermeier style, entwined with roses. From the "Belvedere", the pavilion affectionately nicknamed "Tempele" (little temple) by the locals, there's a fascinating view over Bad Boll and the plateau of the Swabian Alb.
Due to the current Corona situation, most facilities are closed or have modified hours. Please check the opening hours on the website of the facility before your visit.