SAN SIMEON, Calif. -- Water is flowing again at the iconic Hearst Castle pool.
Crews drained the 80-year-old Neptune Pool in 2014, first because of the drought, then for repairs.
After four years of work, they're now testing the water.
This is part of a multi-million dollar project.
It will take a few days to fill the pool and it is expected to be back on the public tours again in two or three weeks.
Hearst Castle pool to be refilled after sitting empty 4 years amid drought