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Maltby Swimming Centre

Swimming Pools and Leisure Centres, Indoor and Soft Play Areas, Activity Centres, Indoor
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Location iconRotherham
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Families in swimming pool at Maltby Swimming Centre in Rotherham

Attraction Information

Maltby Swimming Centre offers a 25m competition pool; diving pool with movable floor, 1m and 3m springboards and 5m platform with lessons available to teach you how to use the boards properly.

Plus, there are family fun sessions available regularly where funny floats and wet play toys are introduced to the pool for y'all to use. Yay! There is also a large spectator viewing gallery and coffee bar.

Dry side you can also get in pre-school gymnastics and trampolining and a range of sports based staff led half term activities during every school holiday.

There's also a soft play adventure zone provided for kids aged 6 months to 5 years with a bouncy castle, inflatable play and soft play shapes for comedy construction! Ideal for keeping young ones busy if they don't like the water, but remember that swimming is not just good exercise it's also potentially a lifesaving skill, so try it regularly until they're willing to get into the wet stuff too, you won't regret it!

There's also a Balance Bikes Buddies course running in the main hall to help get young kids up and cycling with aplomb. The courses run in multi-week chunks so you've got to commit but most kids love it and can't wait for the next one, especially if they've not got a bike of their own. Well worth looking into!

Opening hours

Monday to Friday 07:00 - 22:00

Saturday and Sunday 07:30 - 20:00

Diving boards may not always be available, contact ahead to be sure if that's what they're looking forward to.



Braithwell Road, Maltby,
South Yorkshire,
S66 8JE,

Phone number

01709 797100


Adult: £4.50

Kids: £3.50

Families: from £15

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