NB: Please note that Tivoli is closed until March 31st
A visit to Tivoli is an absolute must for children and youthful souls coming to Copenhagen. The amusement park offers everything from adrenaline rushes to big concerts and unique dining experiences, dazzling lights and beautiful flowers.
Part of the secret to Tivoli is that there’s something for everyone. The garden is more beautiful than in any other amusement park and a walk there will reveal exotic architecture, iconic buildings, and lush gardens. At night, thousands of colored lights create a magical atmosphere unique to the place.
Tivoli is only a few minutes away from the Town Hall Square and with the Central Station right next door it’s very easy to get to.
Experience Easter, summer, Halloween, and Christmas at Tivoli
At Tivoli there’s something new to see all year round. The decor in the Garden reflects the changing seasons with colorful Easter eggs, dazzling summer scapes, bewitching Halloween decorations and magical Christmas lights. Summer at Tivoli means countless open-air concerts, inspiring festivals and events, and amusements and fireworks rumbling into the night. Around Halloween, scary ghosts, spiders, scarecrows, and more than 20.000 pumpkins take over the Garden, making it teem with horror, thrills and plenty of autumn fun for the whole family.
Dine at Tivoli
At Tivoli you can feast on a world of delicious temptations and culinary experiences. Ranging from pork roast sandwiches to fine dining there’s something for every purse and palate. And once that sweet tooth kicks in, just follow the scent of freshly fried churros, candy floss and coated popcorn. At the Tivoli Food Hall on the corner of the Main Entrance you will find 15 hand-picked stands, each contributing to the wide selection of food experiences. The Tivoli Food Hall is open all year round with free access off the street, so you are always welcome to drop by - even outside the Garden’s opening hours.
Feel the presence of history
Tivoli was founded in 1843 and has since become a national treasure as well as an international attraction. Author of fairy tales H. C. Andersen visited the Garden plenty of times as did Walt Disney and many other celebrities who have been smitten by the magic of the place.
The amusements are all made to fit into Tivoli’s wondrous universe and some of them have become downright iconic, towering above the rooftops of Copenhagen. Tivoli’s oldest and most popular ride is The Roller Coaster constructed in wood back in 1914, only one of the seven roller coasters in the world still featuring a man in one of the carts controlling the brakes manually.
On top of that Tivoli boasts the Tivoli Youth Guard, the Pantomime Theatre, Nimb, the Glass Hall Theatre, the Japanese Pagoda, the Tivoli Concert Hall - and plenty of other things to revel in.
Entrance and ride tickets
Your Copenhagen Card will only cover the entrance. If you wish to go on a ride you will need to get individual Ride Tickets or an Unlimited Ride Ticket.
You can re-enter tivoli on the SAME DAY if you get a re-entry stamp from the main entrance.
1630 København V