Tivoli Gardens | Ty Stange

Tivoli Gardens

If you haven’t been, you should certainly go. If you have been, you should go again, since every visit brings new adventures. 

Founded in 1843, Tivoli still holds that old-world charm with lush gardens and exotic architecture. But Tivoli also has great rides, fast and tall or poetic and imaginative, among them a wooden roller coaster from 1914 that is world famous.

Visit between April and September to enjoy free concerts, ballets and events.

Visit in October, November or December to enjoy spectacular Halloween or Christmas scenery and some great shopping. 

Visit in February to go skating and enjoy the many light installations.

Throughout the year, Tivoli’s many restaurants, cafes and bars are ready to tickle your taste buds and please your palate, not least in Tivoli Food Hall. And no matter what time of year you visit, Tivoli is always a great place to meet the Danes.

 

Opening hours:

Winter: 2 February - 25 February
Summer: 24 March - 23 September
Halloween: 12 October - 4 November 

Tivoli opens daily at 11. Closing hours from Sunday - Thursday at 23 and Friday - Saturday at 24.

 

Admission price:

The admission price varies according to the season. Read more here.

 

Accessibility at Tivoli Gardens:

All entrances to Tivoli can be used by wheelchair users. Wheelchairs can be borrowed free of charge – read more about how to book a free wheelchair here. Guests who use electric wheelchairs are able to recharge the batteries during a visit to Tivoli Gardens. Just ask the Tivoli staff if you need assistance and directions for the charging points.

You can also find public disabled parking spaces around Tivoli by the Main Entrance and by the Glyptoteket entrance (Tietgensgade). The distance from the parking spaces to the entrance is about 30 meters.

Tivoli attempts to set up ramps where there is no direct access to restaurants and halls. There are many wheelchair accessible restrooms in Tivoli: by Pantomimeteatret (the Pantomime Theatre), in the Family Amenity Centre (near the playground) and by the Glyptotek entrance. In addition to these, you can find more restrooms in a number of the restaurants, in Glassalen (the Glass Hall Theatre) and Koncertsalen (the Concert Hall).

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