Tivoli Copenhagen – an abundance of experiences

Tivoli is one of the world's oldest amusement parks. It was established in 1843 by Georg Carstensen.

Tivoli has plenty of experiences for both young and old, so even if you don't feel like whizzing around in the carousels, you can stroll along the narrow streets where the light glowing from the small lanterns helps create a magical atmosphere.

The various stages in Tivoli offer concerts, musicals and other exciting events, so it's a good idea to check the programme before you visit Tivoli to see if anything special appeals to you.

Tivoli's numerous restaurants and cafés also offer everything from hotdogs to Michelin-acclaimed gourmet dining.

Every Christmas you can enjoy traditional Danish Christmas fare such as æbleskiver (pancake balls) and warm gløgg (mulled wine), while you get in the festive mood in the best possible way.

During the summer, Saturday evenings finish with fireworks at 23.45. On Fridays during this season, Tivoli also stages concerts on the large lawn area – where Copenhageners and tourists mingle and enjoy the music under open skies.

Tivoli during off-season

Some of Tivoli's restaurants, such as Wagamama, which has an entrance on Tietgensgade, stay open during off-season.

The same applies to Restaurant Herman, Nimb Brasserie, Nimb bar and Vinotek in Nimb and a number of other restaurants and cafés.

Both the Glass Hall and the Concert Hall still hold concerts when Tivoli is closed.

Staying overnight at Tivoli Hotel

Tivoli Hotel is the first themed hotel in Copenhagen. It ensures you an experience that goes beyond the ordinary. The rooms are all inspired by Tivoli's universe, at the same time as the hotel has all the facilities you could wish for in a hotel.

You might like to try Sticks'n'Sushi on the 12th floor and enjoy the view of the city.

Whether you're travelling alone or with family or friends, you are sure to enjoy your stay here.

Book your overnight stay today.