In Latin, a cella natatoria was a swimming pool in its own building, although it is sometimes also used to refer to any indoor pool even if not housed in a dedicated building (e.g., a pool in a school or a fitness club).
A natatorium will usually also house locker rooms, and perhaps allied activities, such as a diving well or facilities for water polo. Many colleges, universities, and high schools have natatoriums.
- Crystal Pool Natatorium in Seattle (demolished in 2003(
- Natatorium Pool in Waco, Texas
- The Graham S. Little Natatorium, otherwise known as Olney Indoor Swim Center, in Olney, Maryland
- Flushing Meadows Natatorium in Queens, New York
- Municipal Natatorium in Kavala, Greece
- Kaleva Natatorium in Kaleva, Tampere, Finland
- natatorium - definition of natatorium by the Free Online Dictionary, Thesaurus and Encyclopedia
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- "Official Site of Penn State McCoy Natatorium". Athletics.psu.edu. Retrieved 2009-10-24.