Inaugurated in August 1902, the institute of hydrotherapy is considered to be the best of its kind. Open from 15 May to 15 October, it administers 1,200 treatments a day: baths, showers, massages, and electrical and mechanical treatments. Architect Ernest Brunnarius designed an impressive building: 68 m long and 25 m high, topped with a 30-m dome on a square base. Along the partially tiled façade, the ramps lead to a monumental entrance framed by bell towers. Under the porch, two paintings by Jean Benderly depict water. Listed as a historical monument, the building was extensively renovated from 2004 to 2006. Renamed the "Palais Lumière", it now holds a multi-media library, exhibition rooms and a convention centre.
From june 29,2019 to september 29, 2019
"L'Expressionnisme allemand chefs d'oeuvre de l'Aargauer Kunsthaus et du Osthaus Museum Hagen"
Guided tour every day : 2.30 am
From 29/06 to 29/09/2019.
Adult: 10 to 8 €.