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As of August 1, 2022, children who are in primary school will be able to use Reykjavík City swimming pools for free until the end of their primary school education, which is until August 1 of the year they turn 16.
If you have purchased a 6- or 12-month swimming pass or a 10-time pass, the credit from it will be either refunded or credited towards another swimming pass within the same family. If a swimming pass was not registered with an ID number, you will need to bring it to the front desk of a swimming pool and register an ID number for it first. Please note that each registration is only valid for one card.
Children (0–16* years) — Free
Children (16*–17 years) — 195 kr.
Adults (18 years and older) — 1,210 kr.
Senior citizens aged 67 and over — Free
*Based on August 1 of the birthday year
The indoor pool is closed at the following times for school swimming and swimming practice:
|Mondays||at 8:20 am–2:30 pm|
|Tuesdays||at 8:20 am–2:30 pm|
|Wednesdays||at 8:20 am–3:10 pm|
|Thursdays||at 8:20 am–2:30 pm|
|Fridays||at 8:20 am–3:10 pm|
Swimming gymnastics is available for everyone at the following times:
|Mondays||at 9:50 am||outside|
|Wednesdays||at 9:50 am||outside|
Unfortunately, Samflot Floating Together will not be available during COVID-19 capacity restrictions.