Trinkhalle(pump room)

Information and brochures about Bad Liebenzell are available daily in the drinking hall in the spa park. opening hours

November to February:

Monday – Sunday 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. (1 p.m. – 2 p.m. lunch break)

March to October: Monday to Sunday 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

(1 p.m. – 2 p.m. lunch break)

(The drinking hall remains closed on various public holidays)


Informations and brochures about Bad Liebenzell are available at the ‚Trinkhalle“ in the spa park.

opening hours

April 1st – October 31st

Daily from

10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. and

1:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.

November 1st to March 31st

Daily from

10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. and

1:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.

(The ‚Trinkhalle‘ remains closed on various public holidays)

Souvenirs, lovingly selected gift ideas and Black Forest products

DSC_5462-Trinkhalle Bad Liebenzell
Schwarzwald Bad Liebenzell

Thermal Springs

The ‚Mineralbrunnen‘ Bad Liebenzell also uses the mineral water and fills it into bottles straight from the spring. The following springs supply mineral water to the ‚Mineralbrunnen‘:

• Heinrich Coerper Quelle
• Paracelsusquelle II
• BellAir Quelle
• Bad Liebenzeller Quelle
• Paul Sybillen Quelle
• Steinberg Quelle

The Paracelsusquelle is led directly into the drinking fountain in the middle of the ‚Tinkhalle‘, where it can be drunk fresh from the spring.

Taking a bath in thermal water

The Paracelsus-Therme and Sauna Pinea in Bad Liebenzell are great consumers of the healing water from the deep. The following springs supply the spa with water:

• Zeller-Bad-Quelle
• Paul-Sybillen-Quelle
• Markgraf Bernhard Quelle
• Bad Liebenzeller Quelle
• Reuchlin Quelle
• BellAir Quelle
• Paracelsusquelle

Having a Bath in the thermal water of the Paracelsus Therme has many healing benefits:

• Rheumatic diseases
• vascular diseases
• Disc damage
• states of exhaustion
• Disorders of the veget. Shape circle
• female diseases
• circulatory disorders

Not every town has a ‚Trinkhalle‘ (pump room) like the one bulit in the spa park of Bad Liebenzell. No wonder, thinking about the eleven thermal springs. No wonder, thinking about the story. Already in the 16th century, the famous physician and naturalist Paracelsus made studies on the Zellerbad in Bad Liebenzell. The city itself did not really get into the drilling of thermal springs until the 1950s. Today there are the eleven thermal springs – a little miracle!

The ‚Trinkhalle‘ itself attests to this. Built 40 years ago, this small architectural jewel was completely refurbished in 2018 and today serves as a center for tourist information and as an exhibition and sales room for the treasures and delicacies of Bad Liebenzell and the northern Black Forest region. Above all of course the thermal springs: In the ‚Trinkhalle‘ the water can be drunk from the famous Paracelsusquelle.

The ‚Trinkhalle‘ itself impresses with its clear, light-flooded geometric shape. The acoustics in the middle of the room is well worth a mention. A soft word fills the room. The assortment of treasures and delicacies supports this impression of clear beauty. A special focus is on products that represent Black Forest. But not only.

The city of Bad Liebenzell is shown as well as the philosophy in the form of the SOPHI PARK, which is just a few steps away. As varied as the city itself, the ‚Trinkhalle’s‘ assortment illustrates the northern Black Forest region and the city’s landmarks so perfectly. From regional spirits to local honey, from sporty cycling jerseys or cycling and hiking maps to soap from the waters of the thermal spring, which cares and protects the skin in the best possible way. Of course postcards will not be missing.

With all this, the newly designed ‚Trinkhalle‘ has what it takes to become an important communication hub for tourist inquiries – open seven days a week – and a strong platform for local and regional products. The optics are correct. The content also.


Ingredients of'Paracelsusquelle'

Cations in mg/l Anions in mg/l

Lithium   1,21
Fluoride  2,2
Sodium  420
Chloride 510
Potassium 24
Ammonium < 0,1
Sulphate 68
Magnesium 5,2
Hydrocarbonate 331
Calcium 41
Strontium 0,83
Nitrate 1,3
Barium 0,09
Nitrit < 0,02

Sum of dissolved minerals:
1405 mg/l