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Romsås Public Bath

Romsås Public Bath Photo: Oslo kommune Bymiljøetaten
Romsås Public Bath Photo: Oslo kommune Bymiljøetaten

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Public bath with a 25-metre swimming pool, a sauna and a small children's pool.

The water in Romsås Bath keeps 28 degrees celsius (32 degrees on Fridays, when it is reserved for seniors and disabled persons).

The entire facility is located on one floor, and is accessible for disabled persons.

Updated opening hours and prices on the Municipality of Oslo website (in Norwegian).
Closed during summer.

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Romsås Public Bath - Photo: Oslo kommune Bymiljøetaten

Romsås Public Bath

Public bath with a 25-metre swimming pool, a sauna and a small children's pool. The water in Romsås Bath keeps 28 degrees celsius (32 degrees on...

Romsås Public Bath

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