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Reser­voir pool Cossebaude

The popular open-air swim­ming pool in Cossebaude with its 45,000 square meters swim­ming area stret­ches along the wes­tern city limits of Dresden directly at a reser­voir. The spa­cious area with a won­derful, ches­tnut-fringed sun­bat­hing lawn invites you to sun­bathe and relax. In addi­tion to the 485 square meter non-swimmer’s pool with water mushroom, a giant slide pro­vides lots of bat­hing fun. An extra paddling pool with 180 square meters of sur­face area lures the very young guests into the cool water. The faci­lity also offers a wide range of pos­si­bi­li­ties, among other things, visi­tors can try out various sports on the indi­vi­dual pit­ches. If you want, you can also have wind­sur­fing les­sons on the reservoir.

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slide
toddler area
play­ground
bar­rier-free
nudism
snack/café
sports acti­vi­ties
water sports
online ticket
tube slide
adven­ture pool
sun­bat­hing lawn
shady places
bicycle par­king spaces
car park
opens from 10:00 (Public swim­ming)

Public swim­ming

daily 10:00 – 22:00

Elbamare Adven­ture Pool

In Saxony’s first adven­ture pool, guests can have fun on over 600 square meters of water sur­face. An 80-meter-long giant slide is wai­ting to be con­quered just as much as the sports and adven­ture pool, the hot whirl­pool or the flow channel. The tro­pical sun­bat­hing garden or the sauna lure you to relax. Ori­gi­nally, the pool was planned as a stan­dard swim­ming hall for the Gor­bitz resi­den­tial area in the west of Dresden. Before the con­struc­tion was com­pleted, however, the GDR era ended. After the poli­tical tur­naround there was the replan­ning to an adven­ture pool.

opens from 10:00 (Public swim­ming)

Public swim­ming

daily 10:00 – 22:00

25-meter pool
adven­ture pool
toddler area
bar­rier-free
snack/café
slide
out­door pool
pool shop
tube slide
sauna
aqua­fit­ness
mas­sage
bicycle par­king spaces
car park
vou­chers

Explore our other pool area:

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Nordbad

In his­to­rical ambi­ence, visi­tors to the Nordbad can enjoy a 16 by 8 meter swim­ming pool with adjus­table bottom for regu­la­ting the water depth, which is often used for dif­fe­rent courses. In the well­ness area there are also dif­fe­rent saunas and pools. The oldest swim­ming hall in the city (opened in 1895) is “hidden” in a backyard in the middle of Dresden’s Neu­stadt. In the first years the ladies and gen­tlemen shared the pool by the day. Above all, however, it was the 22 bath­tubs that were actively used for per­sonal hygiene. In the decades that fol­lowed, the pool was rebuilt and extended several times. Alt­hough it remained unsca­thed during the Second World War and sub­se­quently resumed its ope­ra­tion, the Nordbad was closed at several stages from the 1970s onwards. A citi­zens’ initia­tive achieved an exten­sive rede­sign and in 1996 the reope­ning of the listed building.

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opens from 10:00

Public swim­ming

10:00 – 21:00 (Monday, Tuesday, Wed­nesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday)
10:00 – 18:00 (Sunday)

Early morning swimming

06:00 – 08:00 (Tuesday, Friday)

außer an Feiertagen

Edu­ca­tional swim­ming pool

06:00 – 08:00 (Tuesday, Friday)
10:00 – 21:00 (Saturday)
10:00 – 18:00 (Sunday)

Swim­ming pool Bühlau

In the bar­rier-free Bühlau swim­ming hall in the north-east of Dresden there is a 25-meter pool made of stain­less steel with six lanes. A smaller course pool with a lif­ting floor and a paddling pool for children enrich it as well as three dif­fe­rent saunas on the upper floor (cur­r­ently not usable). Some­thing spe­cial is wai­ting for visi­tors on the first floor: not only health-con­scious people will get their money’s worth in an infrared cabin. The room with the heat-radia­ting seats is modelled on a his­to­rical streetcar. This is a reminder of the area’s his­toric past. The Bühlau indoor swim­ming pool is located on the site of an old streetcar station.

opens from 10:00

Public swim­ming

10:00 – 21:00 (Monday, Tuesday, Wed­nesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday)
10:00 – 18:00 (Sunday)

Early morning swimming

06:00 – 08:00 (Tuesday, Friday)

außer an Feiertagen

Edu­ca­tional swim­ming pool

06:00 – 08:00 (Tuesday, Friday)
10:00 – 21:00 (Saturday)
10:00 – 18:00 (Sunday)

25-meter pool
edu­ca­tional swim­ming pool
bar­rier-free
early morning swimming
sauna
swim­ming courses for children
aqua­fit­ness
online ticket
car park
vou­chers
pool shop
swim­ming courses for adults
Edu­ca­tional swim­ming pool
Tuesday06:00 – 08:00
Friday06:00 – 08:00
Saturday*10:00 – 21:00
Sunday*10:00 – 18:00
AdultsDis­counts¹Child­ren²
Early morning swimming
1 h3.50 €
Admis­sion ticket
1.5 h (sports tariff)4.50 €3.50 €2.00 €

We recom­ment to buy tickets online. Tickets are also avail­able on the box office.

If the 1.5 hour tariff is exceeded, an addi­tional pay­ment is due.

Admis­sion tickets entitle the holder to one admission.

1Per­sons with a severe disa­bi­lity of 50% degree of disa­bi­lity or more (only against proof) / regis­tered com­pa­nion has free admis­sion; per­sons with a Dresden Pass or a vol­un­tary pass from the Dresden Citi­zens’ Foun­da­tion (Bür­ger­stif­tung Dresden) receive the dis­count on single admis­sions only.

2dis­count: Children and ado­lescents up to and inclu­ding 16 years of age, school­children up to 21 years of age (upon proof); Children up to 1 meter tall have free admission.

With the purchase of the “Dresdner Bäder” advan­tage ticket/bonus ticket (min. 50 €), you save 10 % on entry for every pool or sauna visit (also valid for com­ple­mented tickets/extra services).

You can buy vou­chers in our web­shop or directly in the swim­ming pool.

Explore our other pool area:

opens from 10:00 (Public swim­ming)

Public swim­ming

10:00 – 22:00 (Monday, Tuesday, Wed­nesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday)
10:00 – 18:00 (Sunday)

letzter Samstag im Monat: 13:30 — 22:00 Uhr; Sprung­halle an Wochen­enden, in Ferien und an Fei­er­tagen offen

Early morning swimming

06:00 – 08:00 (Monday, Wed­nesday, Friday)

im Schwim­mer­be­cken; außer an Feiertagen

Swim­ming pool Prohlis

Our spa­cious indoor swim­ming pool forms the com­bined pool Prohlis with the asso­ciated out­door pool. In the modern com­plex, visi­tors big and small can swim on six 25-metre lanes, have fun in the adven­ture area or dare various jumps in the sepa­rate hall with five‑, three- and one-person plat­forms. There, the lif­ting floor is height-adjus­table, so that dif­fe­rent courses are also pos­sible. Other high­lights are the two giant tube slides, of which the turbo ver­sion is equipped with a speed mea­su­ring system. During the summer season, guests can also use the spa­cious, newly desi­gned out­door pool.

opens from 10:00 (Public swim­ming)

Public swim­ming

10:00 – 22:00 (Monday, Tuesday, Wed­nesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday)
10:00 – 18:00 (Sunday)

letzter Samstag im Monat: 13:30 — 22:00 Uhr; Sprung­halle an Wochen­enden, in Ferien und an Fei­er­tagen offen

Early morning swimming

06:00 – 08:00 (Monday, Wed­nesday, Friday)

im Schwim­mer­be­cken; außer an Feiertagen

25-meter pool
adven­ture pool
edu­ca­tional swim­ming pool
diving plat­form
bar­rier-free
early morning swimming
water attrac­tions
toddler area
tube slide
snack stand
seahorse courses
swim­ming lessons
aqu­abi­king
aqua­fit­ness
shop
online ticket
vou­chers
bicycle par­king spaces
AdultsDis­counts ¹Children ²
Early morning swimming
1 h3.50 €
Admis­sion ticket without jumphall
1 h (get to know-tariff)4,00 €3,00 €2,50 €
2 h7,00 €6,00 €3,50 €
Admis­sion ticket incl. jumphall
1 h (get to know-tariff)6,00 €5,00 €4,50 €
2 h9,00 €8,00 €5,50 €

We recom­ment to buy tickets online. Tickets are also avail­able on the box office.

If the tariffs are exceeded, an addi­tional pay­ment is due.

Admis­sion tickets entitle the holder to one entry.

1Per­sons with a severe disa­bi­lity of more than 50% degree of disa­bi­lity (only against proof) / regis­tered com­pa­nion has free admis­sion; per­sons with a Dresden Pass or a vol­un­tary pass of the Dresden Citi­zens’ Foun­da­tion receive the reduc­tion only on single admission.

2dis­count: Children and ado­lescents up to and inclu­ding 16 years of age, school­children up to 21 years of age (upon proof); Children up to 1 meter tall have free admission.

With the purchase of the “Dresdner Bäder” advan­tage ticket/bonus ticket (min. 50 €), you save 10 % on entry for every pool or sauna visit (also valid for com­ple­mented tickets/extra services).

You can buy vou­chers in our web­shop or directly in the swim­ming pool.

Explore our other pool area:

opens from 10:00 (Public swim­ming)

Public swim­ming

10:00 – 22:00 (Monday, Tuesday, Wed­nesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday)
10:00 – 18:00 (Sunday)

Early morning swimming

06:00 – 07:30 (Tuesday, Friday)

Georg-Arn­hold-Bad

The popular family pool in the center of Dresden bor­ders directly on the Großer Garten. The visitor magnet has a spa­cious chan­ging and sani­tary area and is com­ple­tely bar­rier-free. Guests can swim in the 25-meter pool in the hall or in the 250 square meter adven­ture pool. From the latter, they can go directly out­doors to the four-season pool with cur­rent channel (cur­r­ently not usable). Those who like it fast can climb the slide tower and go on a wild ride down through the tube from above. The slide is not only great fun because of the effect ligh­ting, but at 93 meters it is also the lon­gest of its kind in Dresden. Several attrac­tions ensure that there is no time for boredom in the indoor swim­ming pool. For the little ones there is a sepa­rate paddling pool with a mini-slide. In the sauna land­s­cape “Swea­ting bet­ween Old Mas­ters”, guests can relax in the five themed saunas (cur­r­ently not usable). Two restau­rants round off the offer in the Georg-Arn­hold-Bad. This pool looks back on a long history. Lar­gely paid for by the sports sponsor Georg Arn­hold, it was initi­ally built purely as an open-air pool until 1926. The indoor pool was only added in the 1990s, when the entire com­plex was trans­formed into an adven­ture pool.

opens from 10:00 (Public swim­ming)

Public swim­ming

10:00 – 22:00 (Monday, Tuesday, Wed­nesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday)
10:00 – 18:00 (Sunday)

Early morning swimming

06:00 – 07:30 (Tuesday, Friday)

25-meter-pool
adven­ture pool
tube slide
water attrac­tions
toddler area
early morning swimming
snack/café
sauna
online ticket
vou­chers
bar­rier-free
bicycle par­king spaces
pool shop
AdultsDis­counts¹Child­ren²
Early morning swimming
1 h3,50 €
Admis­sion ticket
2 h7,00 €6,00 €3,50 €

We recom­ment to buy tickets online. Tickets are also avail­able on the box office.

If the 2 hour tariff is exceeded, an addi­tional pay­ment is due.

Admis­sion tickets entitle the holder to one admission.

1 Per­sons with a severe disa­bi­lity of 50% degree of disa­bi­lity or more (only against proof) / regis­tered com­pa­nion has free admis­sion; per­sons with a Dresden Pass or a vol­un­tary pass from the Dresden Citi­zens’ Foun­da­tion (Bür­ger­stif­tung Dresden) receive the dis­count on single admis­sions only.

2 dis­count: Children and ado­lescents up to and inclu­ding 16 years of age, school­children up to 21 years of age (upon proof); Children up to 1 meter tall have free admission.

With the purchase of the “Dresdner Bäder” advan­tage ticket/bonus ticket (min. 50 €), you save 10 % on entry for every pool or sauna visit (also valid for com­ple­mented tickets/extra services).

You can buy vou­chers in our web­shop or directly in the swim­ming pool.

Explore our other pool areas:

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Nudist open air bath Dölzschen

On the wes­tern out­skirts of Dresden, above the Plau­en­schen Grund, lies the his­toric Luftbad Dölzschen. The well-kept, today pure nudist faci­lity in its natural green sur­roun­dings with a won­derful pan­or­amic view of the city at its feet was opened as early as 1870 — inspired by a natur­o­pa­thic asso­cia­tion. At that time it pre­sented itself as a pure air bath, today a water basin also ent­ices to jump into the cool water. What has remained is the pre­fe­rence for nudism. In addi­tion to a beau­tiful, spa­cious sun­bat­hing lawn, the Dölzschen air bath has a 600 square meter water pool, divided into a swimmer and a non-swimmer area. The little bat­hing guests have a lot of fun in the water as well as on the lovingly desi­gned and varied out­door playground.

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toddler area
play­ground
nudism
snack/café
sports acti­vi­ties
50-meter pool
sun­bat­hing lawn
shady places
bicycle par­king spaces
car park
online ticket
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Waldbad Langebrück

The char­ming Waldbad in the former health resort of Langebrück is located on the edge of the local recrea­tion area Dresdner Heide. Family-friendly and natural, the out­door pool has a 4,000 square meter water sur­face and a sepa­rate water play­ground. In addi­tion, the little guests can whizz down a slope in a Flying Fox (cable car). The exten­sive bat­hing area is ideal for sporty active people. In addi­tion to a small soccer field, guests will find table tennis tables and a beach vol­ley­ball court. The well-kept faci­lity, which is inters­persed with trees and bushes, looks back on a history of more than 100 years and still pre­serves its idyllic cha­racter with con­stantly flowing forest spring water and many loving details.

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slide
close to nature
toddler area
play­ground
bar­rier-free
snack/café
sports acti­vi­ties
sun­bat­hing lawn
shady places
bicycle par­king spaces
car park
online ticket
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Kom­bibad Prohlis (out­door pool)

The out­door swim­ming pool Prohlis bor­ders directly on the indoor pool of the same name in the south of Dresden.

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slide
toddler area
play­ground
bar­rier-free
snack/café
tube slide
25-meter pool
online ticket
indoor swim­ming pool
sports acti­vi­ties
adven­ture pool
bicycle par­king spaces
vou­chers
sun­bat­hing lawn
pool shop

Explore our other pool area:

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Out­door pool Cotta

The Cotta out­door pool in the west of Dresden is popular with all age groups and has a 620 square meter stain­less steel pool for bat­hing fun, inclu­ding three 25-meter lanes. The little bat­hing guests have their own paddling pool. Sun wor­s­hip­pers will find a nice spot on the large sun­bat­hing lawn. The play­ground makes children’s hearts beat faster, as does the wide slide and the water mushroom. For “water bombs” and “pike” there is a three-meter tower and a one-meter diving board. In the year of its 100th anni­ver­sary, the Cotta out­door pool was reopened in 2013 after it had been exten­si­vely renovated.

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diving plat­form
slide
toddler area
play­ground
bar­rier-free
snack/café
sports acti­vi­ties
adven­ture pool
25-meter pool
sun­bat­hing lawn
online ticket