The pump room of Bad Ischl

The pump room of Ischl - the “Trinkhalle” was built between 1829–1831 in the classical style. The colonnade and chessboard frieze along the cornice are fine examples of this period. Between 1851–1853 two lavishly glazed wings were added. The building was revitalised in 2008 for the occasion of the “OÖ Landesausstellung” exhibition. Today the “Trin

khalle” is the cultural heart of the town and hosts concerts and exhibitions. Since 2008, the Bad Ischl Tourist Information, town management and the “Kulturplattform Bad Ischl” have been located in the “Trinkhalle”.

Hand in Hand: Culture and Sport

Thanks to its rich history and tradition, the UNESCO World Heritage region of Hallstatt Dachstein Salzkammergut offers a wide range of cultural and sports activities: Each year cycling enthusiasts from all over Europe are attracted to Bad Goisern on Lake Hallstatt, at the start of July for Salzkammergut Mountainbike Trophy, whereas the fans of tradition and customs eagerly await the "Gamsjagatagen" (Chamois Hunting Days) in August. But also the small traditional events and religious festivals such as the ceremonial procession of Corpus Christi or the incomparable World Heritage Advent in December have your very own personal charm and are among the most popular cultural events with guests from all over the world. Spend an exciting holiday among mountains and lakes with events and culture along with a lot of nature in the holiday region of Dachstein Salzkammergut. We look forward to your visit!

Information at a glance

  • Tourismusverband Bad Ischl
    Auböckplatz 5 - Trinkhalle
    4820 Bad Ischl
    Austria
    Phone: +43 (0) 6132 277570
    Fax 43 (0) 6132 2775777
    E-Mail: office@badischl.at
    Homepage: http://badischl.salzkammergut.at
    GPS: lg 047°/41,66'N lt 013°/37,40'O