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Stinta baths Photo: http://www.flickr.com/photos/leeco
Stinta baths Photo: http://www.flickr.com/photos/leeco
The public baths at Stinta has Arendal's only 25-metre pool, and a sauna. The baths are open from the beginning of September to the beginning of June.

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The public baths at Stinta has Arendal's only 25-metre pool, and a sauna. 

The baths are open from the beginning of September to the beginning of June, including the schools' autumn and winter holidays, closed during easter break.

Opening hours
Monday: Closed
Tuesday: 16.00-20.00: Family bath
Wednesday: 16.00-20.00: Ladies 16+
Thursday: 16.00-20.00: Family bath
Friday: 14.30-20.00: Laides and gentlemen 16+
Saturday: 08.00-12.00: Laides and gentlemen 16+
Saturday: 12.00-14.00: Family bath 
Sunday: Closed

Sauna
Tuesday 16.00-20.00: Gentlemen
Wednesday 16.00-20.00: Ladies
Thursday 16.00-20.00: Ladies
Friday 14.30-20.00: Gentlemen
Saturday kl 08.00-10.00: Gentlemen
Saturday 10.00-13.00: Ladies
Saturday 13.00-14.00: Gentlemen

Tickets
Adults:
Single ticket: NOK 30
Season ticket (10 punches): NOK 270

Students/pensioners:
Single ticket NOK 25
Season ticket (10 punches): NOK 225

Children under 16:
Single ticket NOK 15 

Ticket sales close one hour before closing time (two hours before closing time for children on their own).

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  • Bathing Bathing

Hours

Where:Stinta svømmehall
9/1/2014 - 6/18/2015
Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri and Sat
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The public baths at Stinta has Arendal's only 25-metre pool, and a sauna.  The baths are open from the beginning of September to the beginning of...

Stinta baths

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