Swimming pools in Oslo

Oslo has nine public swimming pools run by the municipality.


Frognerbadet is an outdoor pool facility consisting of:

  • Two 50 metre long outdoor pools
  • Childrens’ pool
  • Diving towers (1,3,5,7 and 10 metres)
  • A slide for children
  • Two slides for adolescents and adults


  • Lockers (bring your own padlock)
  • Café
  • Kiosk

Frognerbadet is accessible for people with disabilities. The premises are wheelchair accessible, and one of the pools is fitted with a railing for stability. There is no pool lift.

Other public pools

All of the indoor pools are 25 meters long. Some also has facilities such as slides, saunas and hot tubs. See opening hours and other information by following the links below to the Norwegian site.

Bøler bad

Furuset bad

Holmlia bad

Manglerud bad

Nordtvet bad

Romsås bad

Økern bad


When you first purchase a card you will need to pay an additional fee of 20 kroner.


We sell punch cards with 6, 15, and 30 tickets. You may use them in any of our baths, both on the weekends and in the week.

Punch-cards with 6 tickets are valid for one year from the time of purchase. Punch-cards with 15 and 30 tickets are valid for three years from the time of purchase. The punch-cards may be refilled repeatedly.

Half-year-, year- and three-month cards

These cards are valid from the day of purchase and can be used in any of the municipal pools. At certain times, such as in the summer, there will be reduced operationality on several of our pools. The cards can be used both during the week and in the weekends.

Lost or destroyed cards

If the card is registered in your name and you have kept the receipt, you may receive a new card with the original cards remaining value. Bring the documentation with you to one of the pools. There will be a cost of 20 kroner for the new card.


Refunds or extension of the expiration date on tickets are only given if you bring a doctor’s note explaining that you are unable to use the pools.