Tøyenbadet Public Bath

Visit Norway`s most popular public pool in Oslo.

You will find the most popular public pool in Norway features two indoor swimming pools (open year-round), two outdoor pools (open only in summer), diving towers and an indoor waterslide (temporarily closed).


Nearby the city centre

Tøyenbadet is located near the centre of Oslo, just across the street from the Munch Museum. The water keeps 28 degrees Celsius, with the exception of the indoor children's pool, which keeps 32 degrees Celsius. Updated opening hours on the Municipality of Oslo website (in Norwegian).

Contact

Helgesens gate 90
0563 Oslo
Oslo, Capital Region
Norway

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Tøyenbadet Public Bath