London Fields Lido


United Kingdom
51° 32' 33.4176" N, 0° 3' 41.9076" W
General info: 

The London Fields Lido is a 50 meters Olympic size, heated outdoor swimming pool open all year round and located in Hackney, central London. This is the only heated outdoor swimming pool in London and has a lane swimming available all day. Besides, it offers swimming lessons for children and adults, advice and instruction for members and non members during their swim fit sessions.

During your brake you can drink a cup of coffee in the pool`s café or take a walk in the park near the pool.

Getting there: 

The Underground
Bethnal Green (Central Line) followed by a short bus ride to Mare Street
Highbury and Islington (Victoria Line) and catch a 277 bus to Graham Road
Liverpool Street and take a 242 to Graham Road
Angel Islington (Northern Line) and take the 38 to Graham Road

London Buses
There are ample Bus Routes that go to Mare Street (the main north-south route) which is less than 5 minutes walk away from the east side of the park: Route 30, 48, 55, 106, 236, 254, 277 and D6.


Adults (age 16 and over): £ 4.50
Juniors (age 15 and under): £ 2.70

Opening time:
7/8 am – 9 pm

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