Rauhaniemi Beach, Summer Cafe, Public Saunas and Ice-Swimming
EXCEPTIONAL SAFETY RULES AT RAUHANIEMI SAUNA
• Only 50 persons are allowed in the sauna at a time. Current number of visitors can be inquired by calling 03 2614371
• Only 10 persons are allowed in the dressing rooms at once
• Sauna time is limited to 1,5 hours
• Sauna benches are marked with sitting spots following the safe distance recommendations
• People that are in the risk groups are not recommended to visit the Rauhaniemi sauna
COMMON SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS AT RAUHANIEMI SAUNA
• Stay home if you are feeling ill, if you are recovering from a disease, or if you are quarantined
• Keep 1-2 meter distance to others
• Remember good handwashing and coughing hygiene: Wash your hands when you arrive at the sauna, after you use the toilet, or when you have sneezed or coughed. Use alcohol-based hand sanitizer if you can’t wash your hands. Use disposable hand towels and tissues, and throw them in the trash after usage.
Built in 1929, the beach and the buildings retain almost their original appearance.
It is only a few kilometres from Central Square (Keskustori) to Rauhaniemi in the Lapinniemi district. Bus number 2 stops nearby and there is also a car park.
The Summer Cafe is open during the summer months; opening times depend on the weather, generally from 10 am to 8 pm. Indoor seating is available upstairs with beautiful views of the lake.
Rauhaniemi Beach has two distinct parts. With its shallow water and playground equipment, the sheltered south side is perfect for children. The rocky north side opens up to Lake Näsijärvi, and the original two-metre, concrete diving tower is still in use.
There are two saunas in Rauhaniemi; a swimsuit is required.
The saunas are open all year round.
– Monday, Wednesday, Thursday 3 pm to 8 pm
-Tuesday, Friday 3 pm to 8.30 pm
– weekends 1 pm to 8 pm.
The saunas are also available for private hire.
Ice-swimming facilities have been organised at Rauhaniemi since 1956 by Swimming Club TaTU Tampere.