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Frognerbadet, Oslo

3.2
#25 of 52 in Outdoors in Oslo
Frognerbadet ("the Frogner Baths") is a pool complex in the borough of Frogner in Oslo, Norway. It was designed by architect Frode Rinnan.
Located adjacent to Frognerparken, it opened in 1956, and doubles as a public bath and swimming pool and a professional swimming venue. The festival Norwegian Wood used to be hosted within its premises.
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  • Nice pool, but a bit old. Could have been upgraded with more facilities, as it's the only outdoor pool in Oslo. However, good environment for kids. On sunny days it's heavily crowded so recommended...  more »
  • It was 27 C so after a visit to Vigeland Park we decided to go in for a refreshing swim. It was very busy due to being school holidays, and I can imagine it's packed on sunny summer weekends but it...  more »
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  • The diving platform and the underwater windows were design genius. The grounds and cafe were wonderful as well. Many groups of 10-14 year old boys wrestling in the shallow pool was a little bit of a turn off but all together it was a beautiful public pool.
  • Lovely collection of public pools complete with a full sized Olympic pool just for kids. (Super shallow for the little tykes) Upper pool has up to ten meter diving platforms and another Olympic pool for lap swimming. Clean well run facility. Fee for adults and kids. Worth it though. I'll definitely come back to swim laps.

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