Kumpula Outdoor Swimming Pool

Restrictions concerning outdoor swimming pools have been lifted

The restrictions on the maximum number of visitors at the outdoor swimming pools of Kumpula and the Swimming Stadium ended on Tuesday 7 July 2020.

Social distancing from other customers must still be observed at the pools, and the maximum visitor numbers and restrictions may be reviewed in the future, if necessary. The visitor numbers continue to be monitored, and information on the numbers can be found here (in Finnish)  >>

Customers may borrow aquajogging belts, and children may bring their own water toys. The outdoor swimming pools’ saunas have already been reopened, and now the café and outdoor play areas are also open. Furthermore, the Swimming Stadium’s outdoor exercise equipment and indoor gym may again be used. However, slot booking is not yet possible.

Special attention is paid to hygiene at both outdoor and indoor swimming pools. The recommended swimming time does currently not apply, and instead announcements may be made during the busiest times if the number of swimmers needs to be restricted.

The lifeguards will monitor the pools’ user numbers and will provide instructions to customers depending on the situation. Regardless of the ticket type, all visitors must enter the facilities via the same queue. We kindly ask our customers to take these special arrangements into account during these exceptional circumstances.

Monthly pass cards became available for the outdoor swimming pools on 7 July 2020, but passholders may not skip the queue. The pass is valid for 30 days from first use. Monthly and season products allow one (1) entry per day. Prices: adults €40, children €20, concession (students, pensioners, unemployed, disabled, conscripts) €24. Unused monthly pass cards will not be refunded.

Note! The season ends at the Swimming Stadium’s on 13 September and in Kumpula on 23 August.

The opening hours of the outdoor and indoor swimming pools can be found on the service map:

Kumpula Outdoor Swimming Pool
Helsinki Swimming Stadium

Image: Aki Rask