Discover Copenhagen’s world-famous Tivoli Gardens, the world's second-oldest amusement park. Enjoy fast-track access with your skip-the-line…
Discover Copenhagen’s world-famous Tivoli Gardens. Enjoy unlimited rides and the park's beautiful gardens and stop for refreshments at a café.
Enjoy a classic canal tour in combination with a skip-the-line ticket to Tivoli Gardens. Explore the harbor of Copenhagen and end with an amazing…
Top sights in Copenhagen
Located in the heart of Copenhagen, Denmark is the 170-year-old Tivoli Gardens. It is said that this amusement park was built so that the kingdom’s citizens would think less about politics, and so it remains a wonderland to leave worries at the door.
This century-old wooden roller coaster is sometimes called Bjergbanen or “The Mountain Coaster,” and it is one of the oldest operating wooden roller coasters in the world.
A thrilling aerial view of charming Copenhagen from the world’s second tallest carousel—what more could you ask for?
You’ll find the longest single view panel in Europe right below the grand Concert Hall, home to 1,600 beautiful marine fish.
From cabaret to ballet, Tivoli has fantastic entertainment. Classical music lovers should visit at the end of the summer for Tivoli Festival and each fall there’s Music Week.
There’s no shortage of eateries here. Leave greasy fair food at home with Tivoli Gardens Copenhagen restaurants ranging form Italian to traditional Danish smørrebrød.
Depending on your interests—dinner, entertainment, rides—there’s a few inclusive options to choose from. Pay the Tivoli Gardens entrance fee alone or get a wristband for unlimited rides. Admission is free for children under eight.
Because the amusement park is located right next to the Copenhagen Central Station and a ten minute walk from City Hall, walking around the area is especially rewarding. Explore the beautiful city as it should be—walking along the canal admiring the Nordic architecture.
The experience wouldn’t be complete without knowing something about the place. The founder, Georg Carstensen, was able to get King Christian VIII on board with the Tivoli gardens amusement park by saying, “When the people are amusing themselves, they do not think about politics.”
- When should I visit?Open April 1 - September 20, Sunday through Thursday, 11:00AM to 11:00PM, Friday and Saturday, 11:00AM to 12:00AM.
- Is it expensive?Adult admission starts at 99DKK (about $15) and continues upward with ride ticket and tour purchases.
- Will I need a guide?A guide inside the park is not necessary, but there are great options around the city and cover the park.
- How to get thereIt's a couple minute's walk from Central Station, or take the 2A, 12, 26, 97N or 250S bus to Rådhuspladsen (København).
- Additional information
- Storage lockers are available to rent during your visit.
- Additional ride tickets can be purchased inside the park from vending machines located throughout.
What people are saying about Tivoli Gardens
Wonderful place to bring kids and daredevils of all ages. Equally wonderful staff everywhere. Warm & charming. Thank you all! The Coburn family.
A fun and different view compared to walking around, getting to spots a bit on the city’s outskirts. Efficient and friendly
No single word to complain about the entry ticket. Easy, quick and accessible were all guaranteed. The Garden is marvellous and the assisting staff is extremely helpful and nice. However, if you plan to travel as an economical tourist like me, the cost for each ride is something you should reconsider. Venture one or two rides to experience the adventurous, thrilling and hair-raising feelings is also good to try, though. :-) A lovely choice for a family or a couple, indeed.
This was a great way to get an overview of the city. Easy to find, no problems with vouchers. The guide was lovely and funny, she spoke well and knew a lot about the city. We were surprised to find out that the vouchers could be used at anytime during the day, because we really rushed to make it at 10 am. My recommendation is to take a seat on the side further from the dock when you get on. There are sights on either side, but I feel like we missed some cool ones because we were on the other side.