Take a deep breath, make a dive and swim in the trails of Mark Spitz – on just the location where the outstanding swimmer of 1972 sank all his opponents. The American Superstar took seven Olympic Titles and crowned himself as the most successful athlete of the Games. After the Olympics the Swimming Hall has been the setting for the German Swimming Championships six times. Nowadays it is one of Munich’s most popular public pools. Compared to many other swimming baths the focus is not only on fun and leisure but also on the underlining of the sporty side. Many Munich based swimming clubs use the 50-meter-pool for training as well as competition. More than four decades after the Summer Games of 1972 the Olympic Swimming Hall still provides the best conditions for a peak performance.
Furthermore there is a jump basin with diving platforms in the range from one to ten meters, a relax area with sauna, a gym and many offers to get a wellness massage. In the summertime there is a sunbathing area outside, further attractions are a climbing wall, a trampoline setting and table tennis.
The Olympic Swimming Pool is one of the M-Pools of the SWM
For all the latest information on opening times and admission charges, please visit:
Olympia Swimming Pool or call the Pool Hotline: 089/23 61-50 50
There have been more than 21.4 million visitors since 27 July 1973. Europe's largest garden and indoor swimming pool with sauna, solarium and sunbathing lawn.
The swimming centre is a training centre for numerous Munich water sports clubs, schools and the Technical University.
(last updated 31.12.2018)
|1980, 1984, 1990, 1992, 1997, 2000|
|German Championships in Swimming|
|1985, 1990, 1996|
|German Championships in Diving|
|Swimming competiton West Germany v East Germany|
|German Championships in Water Ballett|
|International Diving Night|
|Magic Sports Night|
|Masters-WM in Swimmung|
|2004, seit 2007|
|TV Show: TV Total Diving|