Tel: 01752 261915
Plymouth's iconic waterfront Lido is now managed by Everyone Active and will open between Saturday 2 June and Sunday 9 September 2012.
The large outdoor salt water pool on Plymouth Hoe was built in 1935 and a £3.3 million restoration in 2003 restored it to its original art deco glory.
The pool includes fountains, inflatable fun sessions, views across Plymouth Sound, a sunbathing terrace, lounger, deckchair and wetsuit hire and disabled access. Refreshments are available and picnics are allowed.
For more information, on opening times, timetables, activities and prices please visit the Everyone Active website.
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