|Family Swims||£5||£2.50 *|
|* Infants under 4 years of age Free entry|
Before you Arrive
There are some occasions during the season when we have special events that are not open to the general public or that the pool may be closed due to unforeseen circumstances. For planned closures we will put these on our Swim Diary Please check this before setting out for the pool.
What to Bring
As well as the obvious things, swimming costumes and towels, we also suggest you might bring the following:
- Pool Shoes - The pool is 150 years old and some of the surfaces around the pool are uneven and a little rough, particularly for those with 'younger' feet'
- Sunscreen and other sun protection - We are an open-air pool and, in the summer, there is sunlight on the pool for the majority of the day. There are no real shady spots in the pool area, so sun protection is particular important if you have young children.
- Sun Umbrella. On very hot days as we have a limited number of umbrellas available, but we cannot guarantee they will be available for you.
- Water Bottle(s). On very hot days, queuing is likely, so bring your own water bottle to stay hydrated and safe in the queue.
Cirencester Open Air Swimming Pool is located on Riverside Walk which is only accessible by foot or cycle. We are about a 10min walk from the Centre of Cirencester.
The entrance to Riverside Walk is on Thomas Street between Cecily Hill and The Mead.
We do have a few cycle parking stands on site, but at busy times these can get full.
Coming by Car
The pool does not have any car parking facilities and most of the streets around the pool have very restricted parking. However, there are a number of public pay and display car parks close by.
The pool has disabled access and changing facilities. However, due to our location and difficulties with parking, we ask you to contact the pool beforehand to discuss your needs and how we can best support you on your visit.
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