Parliament Hill Lido


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Venue details

  • Address:

    Parliament Hill Lido Parliament Hill Fields
    Gordon House Rd
    NW5 1LP

  • Venue phone:

    020 7485 3873

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  • Transport:

    Rail: Gospel Oak

  • Price:

    Early morning and evening £2, concs £1, under-16s and over-60s free; daytime £5.50, concs £3.50, family £14.50 (two adults and up to three children); season tickets available

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Outdoor Swimming Society December Dip 2014

Things to do, Swimming

Now in its seventh year, the OSS December Dip sees hundreds of keen, outdoor swimmers plunge into Parliament Hill Lido for a spot of chilly dipping. Open Water 'Man of the Year' Adam Walker will be the special guest at this year's event, entertaining...

Outdoor Swimming Society December Dip 2014
  1. Sat Dec 13
  2. Parliament Hill Lido
  3. £15 swimmers, spectators are asked to ma...
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Roger Golten

This is the best pool ever. Sun July 14th was the hottest day ever and the first time the pool has ever been closed due to overcrowding. I am going on this Sunday with some friends....


This is one of the worst pools I have ever been. Overcrowed until the point to be dangerous, no space to spread the towell, 6 police officers, 2 with dogs!!!... due to the masification we decided to leave in less than 10 minutes, no refunds at all. We have asked for a claim form as it was not normal the amount of people inside and the queue outside. No claim forms were provided saying that they did not have claim forms at the customers dispossal. It is mandatory by law to have claim forms... three people asking us why we wanted the claim forms... it is obvious!! to claim that a maximum aforo must be respected, even in a sunny day where everybody is wishing a bath and pay for it... if the swimming pool is full, they must not allowed more people... dangerous and bad. I do not recommend at all this place, specially in sunny days... very money driven without respect to law and common sense.


The pool is very clean, huge, perfect for summer, good for open water swimming / triathlon training (there are often people in wetsuits). The best time to go is for early session between 7-9am just for £2. The only snag is, that at one end the pool is quite shallow, people with long hands will touch the bottom while swimming crawl :c).


Really good, clean and relaxed - the pool is big enough to contain the children at one end allowing others to splash in peace the other.