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Tivoli Gardens (Summer Season) in Copenhagen

The oldest amusement park in the world invites for some of the most magical and nostalgic rides of all times, and lots of other exciting adventures

Best time: March 22–September 22, 2024

Tivoli Gardens (Summer Season)
Tivoli Gardens (Summer Season)
Tivoli Gardens (Summer Season)
Tivoli Gardens (Summer Season)

Tivoli Gardens, often referred to simply as Tivoli, is one of the world's oldest amusement parks, with another historic park located in Klampenborg, Denmark. Since its opening in 1843, Tivoli has become the pride of Copenhagen and the city's premier tourist attraction, making it a must-visit destination. With millions of visitors each year, it ranks as the third most visited amusement park globally, following Disneyland Paris and Europa-Park. In 2016 alone, Tivoli welcomed 4.6 million guests.


Tivoli's rides will match the craziest thrill seekers' expectations. The legendary Vertigo will drive you upside down at a hundred kilometers per hour. After voting held in 2014, it was officially acknowledged to be Europe's Best Ride. Tivoli's unbeatable ride is still the Roller Coaster from 1914. This oldest wooden ride is a rarity nowadays, as it's one of seven remaining rides worldwide that boast a brakeman on board. The Demon is one of the most thrilling rides in Tivoli Gardens, eliciting screams of excitement with its three incredible loops and reaching a height of 28 meters at its peak.

Music & Entertainment

Tivoli Gardens is more than just an amusement park; it's a vibrant hub for live music throughout the summer. Visitors can enjoy a diverse array of concerts, from upcoming Danish artists every Tuesday to the lively Friday Rock on the Open Air Stage. Additionally, the Tivoli Garden Party offers even more musical experiences. Beyond the music, visitors can admire the finest local architecture, dine at a variety of restaurants, and relax in perfect picnic spots.

Garden & Flower Festival

During the summer season, from August 31 to September 15, park visitors can enjoy the vibrant Garden & Flower Festival. Some of Denmark's most talented horticulturists and creative minds showcase their inspiring floral displays in Tivoli's picturesque setting. Both children and adults can engage with the festival by seeing, touching, sampling, and creating. Attendees can explore edible gardens, Japanese moss art, garden games, face painting, and diverse flower exhibits – and much more.


Tivoli Gardens operates seasonally, with the summer season typically running from late March or April to late September. In 2024, it will be open from March 22 to September 22. After a brief closure, the park reopens for Halloween from October 10 to November 3. Following another short break, Tivoli transforms for the Christmas season, running from November 15 to January 5. Additionally, there's an opportunity to visit during Easter, scheduled for April 4 to April 21, 2025. Park hours are from 11 am to 10 pm on Monday-Thursday and Sunday, and from 11 am to midnight on Friday and Saturday.


Visitors have several ticket options available. The Tivoli Pass offers year-round admission, allowing visitors to bring two children aged 3-7 for free, starting at 399 DKK per year. This pass can be purchased annually or as a gift, with validity extending from the month of purchase for 11 months. The Entrance and Ride Pass, combining admission and ride access, starts at 419 DKK. For those seeking only entrance, the Entrance Pass starts from 160 DKK, with tickets for children aged 3-7 available from 80 DKK.


If visitors arrive at Tivoli by car, they can choose to park in nearby parking zones or at APCOA PARKING's facilities, where they can receive a discount by purchasing a prepaid parking ticket. Everyone can park conveniently at Axel Towers parking garage, located right next to Tivoli's main entrance. A three-hour parking pass costs 121 DKK.

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Authors: Mariia Myshok