Tivoli is for many the main reason to go to Copenhagen, especially if you are a kid between four and hundred-and- four. The Tivoli Gardens have for generations been the meeting point for Danish families and was the inspiration for Walt Disney when he created the first Disneyland. Tivoli opens each year in April. Some of the attractions have been there for many decades, and still create the same joy for the children as you remember it did for you when you were at their age – the veteran cars, the boats at the small lake and the water fountains outside Nimb. (Press/click text for more)
Others are brand new and adapted to a more demanding crowd regarding their need for motion sickness in one way or another.
Tivoli Gardens has restaurants and cafes for every taste and wallet, from the small popcorn and sugar spin vendors to Michelin star restaurants. A total of more than fourty different places. The restaurants in the park are open in the Tivoli season which lasts to the end of September.
From 15. November to 30. December Tivoli opens its doors with the very popular Christmas in Tivoli. The Danes know how to decorate for Christmas. Here they create a beautiful alley of small booths selling decorations and gifts. Father Christmas himself may turn up with his reindeer. Most of the Tivoli rides will also be open. Visiting Christmas Tivoli is truly magical and will put you in the best Christmas mood.
Tivoli is also open two weeks in October, celebrating Halloween.
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