Cost of Swimming
The fees were approved by City Council in December 2021, and came into effect on January 1, 2022.
|Children (0–5 years)||Free|
|Children (6–17 years)||175 kr.|
|Adults (18 years and older)||1,100 kr.|
|Senior Citizens (aged 67 and over)||Free|
|10 Ticket Pass for Children||1,140 kr.|
|10 Ticket Pass for Adults*||5,070 kr.|
|20 Ticket Pass for Adults*||9,270 kr.|
|6 Month Pass for Children||7,200 kr.|
|6 Month Pass for Adults||20,250 kr.|
|Annual Pass for Children||11,160 kr.|
|Annual Pass for Adults||37,250 kr.|
|Swimwear Rental||980 kr.|
|Towel Rental||660 kr.|
|Offers: Swimming, swimwear, and towel||2,100 kr.|
|Lane Rental for Teaching||6,350 kr.|
|Issuance of a Physical Pass for Children||470 kr.|
|Issuance of a Physical Pass for Adults||780 kr.|
|Reissuance of Personalized Passes||780 kr.|
Terms & Conditions
- 10 and 20 pass discount cards are for the exclusive use of registered holders of the cards, and their families.
- People younger than 18 years of age are allowed to take a steam bath accompanied by an adult guardian. The steam baths are not intended for very young people.
- People do not need to pay after their 67th birthday—you must show identity documents.
- People with disabilities do not need to pay on presentation of a certificate issued by Sjalfsbjorg, the Reykjavik Association of Physically Disabled People, and renewed annually.
- In addition, no payment is required from people presenting the “green card” for permanent disability from the Social Insurance Administration, the “blue card” from Blindrafelagid, the Icelandic Association of the Visually Impaired or the “yellow card” for children’s special caretakers.
- Larger groups can ask in advance for discounts from the managers of the pools.
- Children start paying the child's fee on June 1, the year they turn 6.
- Children who reach the age of 10 during the year may go swimming alone without an escort as of June 1 that year.