Guests may once again "take the waters” at the historic Warm Springs Pools. The bathhouses reopened on Saturday, December 17, following the completion of a 14-month, $4 million rehabilitation by Lionberger Construction of Roanoke, Virginia. The Richmond-based architectural firm 3North used the comprehensive 2016 Historic Structures Report as a guide to preserve these iconic structures, while working closely with Omni Hotels & Resorts and the Virginia Department of Historic Resources.Learn More
The original octagonal stone basin was probably built in the 1760s, but it was not covered until the mid-1820s.
This project is a rehabilitation: altering or adding to a historic property while retaining it's historic character.
Built in the mid-1870s, the 22-sided central portion stands on a circular stone wall that encloses the spring and pool.
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