Tivoli Gardens is a must do on your trip to Copenhagen. It is the second oldest amusement park in the world built in 1843.
We arrived around 5pm on a public holiday in Denmark – General Prayer Day, so the whole park was buzzing with people enjoying their day off work.
As well as the rides there are many restaurants, shops, games and the beautiful gardens.
We started by getting some fish and chips at one of the stalls before going on the Star Flyer.
The Star Flyer is a combination of a high-view attraction and a classic swing-carousel, with both the thrill of excitement and the sensation of flying.
The ride is themed, featuring Tycho Brahe’s universe with planets, quadrants, zodiacal armillaries, telescopes and astronomical symbols. In the evenings the Star Flyer is illuminated, and forms a visual attraction together with the rest of the illuminations in the Gardens.
You get a magnificent view of Tivoli Gardens and some of the centre of Copenhagen from the top.
After spending a few hours on the rides, and enjoying the scenery we stopped for a Belgium waffle with Nutella ice cream – fantastic!! I was asked if I would like jam on mine as well, not something I’ve ever tried before but I went for it and it tasted wonderful!
Wednesday, April 06, 2016 – Sunday, September 25, 2016
Sunday – Thursday
11 – 23
Friday – Saturday
11 – 24
I’d recommend at least 4 hours for your trip to Tivoli Gardens but you could easily spend a whole day there.
Have you been there before? If not is it on your bucket list?
*Thank you to Tivoli Gardens for providing us with this experience. As always all comments are my own*