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Citadel Leisure Centre

  • Ayr
  • Indoor
  • Ages 4+
  • Swimming Pools and Leisure Centres

Attraction Information

Citadel Leisure Centre, situated at the south end of Ayr beach, is a multi-activity sports and entertainment facility, with a multi-purpose Hall, plus 3 swimming pools, a 300 seat spectator gallery, and a sauna suite. The centre also has a large gym, a dance studio, squash courts, and a cafeteria.

The main pool is a 6 lane 25m (82ft) pool, and there is also a teaching pool, a flexi pool with a movable floor, and 3 diving boards, 1m, 3m, and 5m in height (3ft 3, 9ft 10, and 14ft 4). All the pools host a number of water based activities, such as fun kid's sessions, diving, early bird, and club activities, and they all have disabled access too.

Female, male, and communal changing facilities are available.It is a good idea to check online, or call the centre, for pool timetable information, plus details of closures for galas.

The centre also offers badminton, squash, and cricket for adults and juniors, plus trampoline lessons.

Opening hours

Pools operate differing timetable based schedules, check online swim timetable, or call for details.

Pools sometimes closed for galas, details online.


Adult: £3.70

Junior: £2.20

Spectator: £2.10

Family: from £10

Travel & Contact Information


South Harbour Street, Ayr, Ayrshire and Arran, KA7 1JB, Scotland

Phone number

01292 269793



Click here to visit Citadel Leisure Centre's website.

FAQ & Additional Information

Yes, there is parking onsite.

No, there are no toilets available.

No, there are no baby changing facilities.

Citadel Leisure Centre has not told us if you can bring a picnic.

Citadel Leisure Centre has not told us about their dining options.

Yes, Citadel Leisure Centre is wheelchair friendly.

No, Citadel Leisure Centre have stated they are not pushchair friendly.

Citadel Leisure Centre has not told us if they are dog friendly.

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