Swimming hall

(Sports Centre, Närhitie 2)

Opening hours (in the winter season) 1 September – 31 May
Mon‒Thu 2–9 pm
Fri 2–8 pm
Sat 12 noon–6 pm
Closed on Sundays

Wednesdays 6.30–8.30 am (until midsummer week)

Fridays 6.30–8.30 am (until 30 April)

Opening hours 1 June – 31 August
Mon‒Thu 1–8 pm
Fri 1–6 pm
Closed on Saturdays (2 July – 27 August)
Closed on Sundays

On the day before holidays the swimming hall closes at 6 pm.

The renewed and enjoyable swimming hall features

  • a 25-metre pool with five lanes
  • a children’s training pool
  • a children’s pool
  • a wading pool for small children
  • a water slide
  • a rehabilitation pool with a massage station
  • a cold water well
  • a steam sauna

Water running belts are available

The swimming hall is also accessible for the physically impaired: the doors open electronically and there are ramps to facilitate mobility, as well as a pool lift. There are 6 shower wheelchairs for adults and one for children, as well as swim collars for children. The swimming hall and shower facilities have toilets for the physically impaired.

Ticket sales end an hour before closing, whilst swimming time ends 30 minutes before closing.


  • adults €5.50 / 10-session serial ticket €49,50
  • students, pensioners, conscripts / those in civilian service and the unemployed €4.50 / 10-session serial ticket €40,50
  • children €3.50 / 10-session serial ticket €31,50
  • children under the age of 3 are allowed in free of charge with parents

Rules of the swimming hall (PDF in Finnish, 184 kB)

Reservation availability (in Finnish and Swedish)

Swimming hall reservations, tel. +358 (0)44 4294 472

The Messi café serves refreshments, salty and sweet snacks...

Ticket desk ‒ Messi café, tel. +358 (0)44 4294 472

Sports office, tel. +358 (0)44 4294 471

Kahvila Messin osalta elintarvikevalvonnan tulosten yhteenveto, eli ns. oiva-raportti löytyy seur. linkistä: Kahvila Messin raportti 22.07.2014

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