Swimming hall

Urheiluhallit Siltamäki - Siltamäki swimming hall

A small and sympathetic swimming pool in the heart of the Siltamäki mall. The pool is warmer than in Urheiluhallit's other swimming pools: 30 degrees celsius is perfect for first swimming lessons and playing in the water. During baby swimming lessong the water is heated up to 32 degrees celsius. Besides swimming, it is also possible to train at the gym or participate in hydrobic classes.

Pirkkola swimming hall

Pirkkola swimming hall, built in 1968, is located at Helsinki Central Park at the Pirkkola Sports Park, which is an active sports and exercise centre with outdoor routes, sports fields and other sports facilities.

The swimming hall offers a big pool, children's pool, learners pool with waterslide, café and outdoor sun terrace.

"Plotti", run in summer, is a small shallow artificial swimming "pool" with a sandy bottom and beach, especially popular among families with small children.

Jakomäki Swimming Hall

Originally intended for the use of the pupils of Jakomäki Secondary School, the Jakomäki swimming hall was opened in 1972. The hall is located in the basement of the school, and after renovations it was reopened in 2010 - having been completely redeveloped in terms of functionality. Two swimming pools, saunas and a gym.

Yrjönkatu Swimming Hall

Built in 1928, Yrjönkatu Swimming Hall is the oldest public swimming hall in Finland. The architecture of the building is historically and artistically noteworthy, representing a fine example of Classicism. Over the decades it has retained its original appearance, and after the renovations which - began in 1997 - the fantastically restored hall was reopened in October 1999. There are separate swimming sessions for men and women, with bathers having the choice of whether to wear a swimming costume or not. The option to wear a swimming costume became available from September 2001. On the second floor you'll find a steam sauna as well as wood and electrically heated saunas. Between swimming and sauna on the 2nd floor you can relax in your own cabin and enjoy the delicious menu of Café Yrjö (www.cafeyrjo.net).

Itäkeskus Swimming Hall

Itäkeskus Swimming Hall, quarried inside the rock, is a swimming hall and family recreation centre big enough for 1000 persons at a time.

Children's pool and 2 water chutes, 50 meter pool, 3 and 5 m diving boards, 6 saunas, jacuzzi, turkish bath, cold-water pool and massage (advance booking).