Kombibad Mariendorf - Halle and Sommerbad

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Updated April 14, 2020.

Facility Overview

Facility Name
Kombibad Mariendorf - Halle and Sommerbad
[Limited public lane availability weekday afternoons and evenings]
Ankogelweg 95, Mariendorf
Berlin, Berlin 12107
(030) 7406 7830 or 2219 0011

Adult Admission Price & Policy

Standard tariff: €5.50. Weekdays, except holidays, from opening until 10 AM, from 10 AM to 2:30 PM, and from 8 PM to closing: €3.50. [Janurry, 2022]
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Full-Size, Year-Round Pools & Boards

Pool 1
50m, 6 lanes, usually configured as two 25m, 6 lane tanks, indoors, 27ºC (81ºF).
1m and 3m diving boards at a separate diving pool.


52.42015, 13.40176

Teams That Use This Facility

Masters Swim
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Youth Swim
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Facility Notes

From September through May, from Monday through Saturday, the indoor pool is largely reserved for swim teams, schools, and courses. A limited number of lanes (1) is usually available during those sessions, except Mondays, when there are none, and there are some sessions when the entire pool is available for public use, but they are limited. Check the schedule for the Halle to see if the indoor pool will be open to the public on the dates that are of interest to you - especially check for any veränderte Öffnungszeiten (changed opening hours) dates. Note also that Europeans use a dd/mm/yyyy date format, unlike the American mm/dd/yy format.
The 50m, 8 lane, outdoor, summer pool at this location is usually open from late May to the end of August. Its schedule is shown under the caption Sommerbad. Unlike the indoor pool, it is usually open to the public throughout the summer, during all open hours.

Facility Reviews

During public sessions the 50m pool operates with with three super-size lanes, with circle swimming and passing slower swimmers permitted. One lane is a designated "fast lane" (unusual in German pools) and about 2/3rds of swimmers actually crawled there. The pool has lots of light but is quite far from the city center.
[January, 2022]