Stadtbad Wilmersdorf I

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Updated April 14, 2020.

Facility Overview

Facility Name
Stadtbad Wilmersdorf I
Mecklenburgische Straße 80, Wilmersdorf
Berlin, Berlin 10713
(030) 2219 0011 or 3438 3860

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.
[October, 2021]
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Full-Size, Year-Round Pools & Boards

Pool 1
25m, 6 lanes, indoors, 28ºC (82ºF).
One 1m diving board and one 3m diving board.


The facility is a four minute walk from the Heidelberger Platz S-Bahn (Metro) stop.
52.480753, 13.314555

Teams That Use This Facility

We have no web links or contact information for teams that train at this facility.

Facility Notes

We are informed that there is no water fountain by the pool, so swimmers are advised to bring a bottle of water of their own.

Facility Reviews

It was difficult to maintain a good pace during the open swim period because the lanes were not roped off and swimmers could not follow a good path. Otherwise it was a pleasant experience. The staff was very helpful and patient with my poor language skills.
This, unfortunately, is one of the worst options in the area. Very crowded with one lane (mixed speeds) only available late at night. Diving is open even if the pool is full.
The pool has two defined sections: one, with two separated lanes, which is often reserved for classes; the other, comprised of four merged lanes that can be chaotic and slow. Two individual lanes designated with a sign “sportif” are reserved for lap swimming. Although the sign also indicates “backstroke” it is basically disregarded. I swam at 10 AM and found lane #2 to be relatively empty, enabling me to swim at a fast pace, or to pass slower swimmers (which is acceptable there) to maintain my speed. Swim caps are optional. There are chaise lounges at the poolside which is a nice amenity.

The admission ticket is used to enter through the turnstile and must be used to exit the facility. Lockers use either a €1 or €2 coin that is returned after their use. While not a requirement, there are private changing booths in each aisle.
[May, 2015]
There are ordinarily two lanes set aside for lap swimming, in the evening, only one; the rest of the pool is an open area. In the lap lanes you get the same slow breast swimmers as in the rest of the pool, without any lap swimming etiquette. Because of the light conditions has the water a milky quality, which makes overtaking very dangerous. It's very popular with elderly folk.
[October, 2021]