A Day Spent  on the Rides  at Tivoli Gardens with Kids

My boys were 3 years old and 1 year old when we went so the rides at Tivoli Gardens were a huge draw for our family visit.

There were so many rides for my boys to try and we could have easily spent an extra day there. But we made the most of our time and would highly recommend visiting if you have young children.

History of Tivoli Gardens

The park first opened its doors in 1843 and is the second-oldest amusement park currently operating in the world.

How to Get to Tivoli Gardens

You can either access it by bus or train; there’s also a metro stop nearby that will get you everywhere – including all over Denmark (and Scandinavia).

Do you need to book Tivoli Gardens ahead of time?

It is best to book your tickets online and skip the lines at the entrance.

How often is Tivoli Gardens in Copenhagen Open?

The park is only open 220 days a year between April – September, but it’s worth the trip when it opens during Halloween and the holiday season.

The Rides at Tivoli Gardens

The first ride at Tivoli Gardens that my older son Holter wanted to go on was The Lighthouse.

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