Explore The Sea Point Pavilion
Sun, Salt Water and Serenity. A Sea Point Experience.
The Sea Point Pavilion is a popular swimming pool complex located in Sea Point, Cape Town which opened in the 1950’s. Boasting two large salt water pools, kiddies pool, sports events and activities. Take a dip on a hot summers day with the view of the Atlantic Ocean.
The Sea Point Pavilion offers various amenities to ensure visitors have a comfortable and enjoyable experience. Food and beverages are sold at a variety of kiosks and restaurants and cafes are close by.
About Sea Pavilion
The Olympic-sized salt water pool is 1.5 meters deep and is prefect for swimmers looking to swim some laps. The diving salt water pool is 5 meters deep and is equipped with diving boards and platforms for diving. The kiddie’s pool is 0.4 meters deep. Check the opening times and entrance fees if you wish to visit.
The Sea Point Pavilion hosts numerous sports events and activities such as water polo, beach volley ball and swimming lessons. There are food and beverages options at a variety of kiosks and cafes.
The Sea Point Pavilion provides a range of amenities to ensure visitors have a comfortable and enjoyable experience.
– Ablution facilities
– Disability access
– Changing rooms
– Lifeguards on duty
Sea Point Pavilion FAQ
How much is the entrance fee into the Sea Point Pavilion?
The entrance fee for adults is R33, Children R19 and pensioners for free.
What are the opening hours for the Sea Point Pavilion?
Monday: 12:00 – 17:00
Tuesday – Sunday (including public holidays): 8:00 – 17:00
Sea Point Pavilion from Leeuwenzee
Head northwest on Marloth Rd toward Kloof Rd. Turn right onto Kloof Rd. Turn left onto Camps Bay Dr/M62. Use the right 2 lanes to turn right onto Geneva Dr/M6 (signs for Sea Point). Continue straight onto Regent Rd/M61. At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto Beach Rd/M6. Continue straight and you’ll find the Sea Point Pavilion on your left.
Distance from Leeuwenzee
+- 5 Minutes via Uber