Enjoy three different saunas at the pier right by the Opera House
Enjoy a bath and a sauna at SALT, an art project that brings together art, music, food and architecture with spectacular wooden constructions inspired by the traditional Norwegian racks for drying fish.
Right by the fjord, in the heart of Oslo, SALT is located with our three different saunas. Árdna, the Naustet sauna and the Barrel Saunas will suit everyone, whether you are a beginner that prefers lower temperatures, or an experienced sauna enthusiast testing your limits.
Private Saunas: Naustet&Barrel Sauna
The Naustet sauna is located in the back of Café Naustet and has space for up to eight people. It can be booked for two-hour sessions at the bar. The temperature inside the sauna is between 75-90°C. During a session, there is a small changing room and a shower available in Naustet.
Price: 830NOK (up to four persons, +200NOK per person extra)
The other private sauna is the Barrel Sauna, a 100-year-old, 7000 litre aquavit barrel, which can reach up to 90°C and is located beside Árdna. This sauna seats up to eight people and be booked for a two-hour session. In the same area, there are both a hot and a cold shower, as well as two cold-water tubs.
Price: 250NOK per person (drop-in only, Monday-Thursday)
Sauna session at Árdna
Every Friday, Saturday and Sunday you can experience a 3-hour communal sauna session in SALTs biggest sauna, Árdna, which has a capacity of 80 people. Árdna is one of the world’s biggest saunas and holds a temperature of 60-80°C (140–176 F), a perfect location for a nice and slow cook overlooking the city of Oslo.
Most Fridays and Saturdays, you are invited to dance and party with DJs, concerts, performances and more, while Sundays are for total relaxation and finding your inner peace. With a ticket to the Sauna Session, you can also use SALTs Barrel Sauna, as well as the cold-water tubs. Swimsuits are required, and SALT recommend their guests to bring their own towel (can be rented), padlock (can be bought) and flip-flops.
Every Saturday and Sunday morning from 9am to 12 SALT open both their Naustet sauna and the barrel sauna, as well as the cold water tubs, for you to start your day off right. Sweat out the toxins in your body and cool down in the tubs when it gets too hot.