Seedammbad is definitely something to keep in mind when traveling with children in Germany. Conveniently located in the beautiful city of Bad Homburg and just 20 minutes from Frankfurt, 30 minutes from Wetzlar, it offers a lot of fun for the whole family.
In addition to the typical swimming pool areas (both non-swimmer and non-swimmer pools), Seemdammbad offers a 70-meter mega water slide, a running pool where water pushes you in one direction (fitness programs), water whirlpool and more. and the rough water atmosphere at Brodel Bucht.
You can also relax in the whirlpools and the famous Kneip Becken, as well as in the solariums, saunas and steam baths.
From May to September, Seedammbad opens its roofs to allow warm summer air to enter. They also offer a naked area (FKK), which is privately maintained by public areas.
After a long day of water fun, the Walfisch (Wale Fish) restaurant invites you for breakfast, lunch and dinner. They are open daily, as is the café, which offers snacks with coffee, drinks and other refreshments.
Admission is € 6 for adults, € 2.50 for children 5 years of age.
- Monday: 1:00 pm – 9:00 pm
- Tuesday – Friday: 7am – 9pm
- Saturday, Sunday, public holidays: 8am – 8pm
Seedammbad is located on the opposite site where Termus Taunus is located. You can use the same structure for public parking.
This is an example of what you can do in Bad Homburg while traveling in Germany. If you would like to learn more about Bad Homburg, we have compiled a more comprehensive guide to Bad Homburg in collaboration with locals that provides unique inland travel tips to use during your vacation in Germany.