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Weekdays at 6:30 AM–10 PM
Weekends at 9 AM–10 PM
Starting August 1, Reykjavík City swimming pools will be free to children until they finish primary school—meaning until August 1 of the year they turn 16.
Credits on 6- and 12-month swimming passes and 10-time passes will be refunded or credited to other swimming passes within the same family. If a swimming pass is not registered with an ID number, you must first bring it to the front desk of a swimming pool and register an ID number. Please note that each registration is valid for one card.
Children (0–16* years) — Free
Children (16*-17 years) — 185 kr.
Adults (18 years and older) — 1,150 kr.
Senior citizens aged 67 and over — Free
*Based on August 1 of the birthday year
Private booth and shower
Accessibility without having to go to a public locker
Lift into pool
Wheelchair-accessible hot tubs
Wheelchair-accessible steam room
Connected indoor and outdoor pools
Toilets in lockers, changing rooms, and at the counter
The indoor pool is closed at the following times for school swimming and swimming practice:
|Mondays||at 11:20 am–1:50 pm and 4:15 pm–5:15 pm|
|Tuesdays||at 8:20 am–11:10 am and 4:15 pm–5:40 pm|
|Wednesdays||at 8:20 am–9:50 am and 4:40 pm–6:55 pm|
|Thursdays||at 8:30 am–9 am and 4:15 pm–5:40 pm|
|Fridays||at 9:50 am–10:50 am|
Swimming gymnastics is available for everyone at the following times:
|Tuesdays||at 8:30 am||inside|
|Tuesdays||at 9:30 am||outside|
|Thursdays||at 8:30 am||inside|
|Thursdays||at 9:30 am||outside|
There are spectacular beach volleyball courts at Arbaejarlaug Pool and Laugardalslaug Pool, and they are free of charge for swimming guests. You must prebook the courts to use them.