Tivoli’s founder Georg Carstensen was inspired by European pleasure gardens and with the Danish king’s permission, opened Tivoli Gardens on 15 August 1843.
Today, Tivoli (www.tivoligardens.com) is Denmark’s most popular attraction with 4.6 million visitors in 2016. About one third of its visitors are tourists. The Tivoli experience includes rides and games, live music and ballet every day throughout the summer at the open-air stages, performances in several indoor venues, and spectacular scenery with flower gardens and unique architecture. The cherished traditions include The Tivoli Youth Guard marching band, the illuminations, and weekly fireworks displays.
Tivoli has 23 restaurants, 14 fast food outlets, 5 bars and 2 cafés, making it the biggest dining spot in Copenhagen. Many of the outlets are open all year, among them the Nimb Hotel, which was named “Hotel of The Year 2015” by Small Luxury Hotels of the World. In November 2017, Tivoli Corner opened featuring the Tivoli Food Hall, roof-top terrace, restaurants and 21 rooms for the Nimb Hotel.
In 2016, Tivoli and its concessions had a turnover of DKK 1.3 billion, and Tivoli A/S achieved a profit for the year before tax of DKK 96.3 million.
Tivoli Call Center Opening hours for Seasonal Period
Monday – Friday
09.00 – 16.00
Complaints & compliments
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Reference: http://www.tivoligardens.com 2018