On Friday 14 November, Tivoli will open its doors for Christmas in Tivoli, which over the years has become a firm family tradition in the heart of Copenhagen. A family tradition offering masses of Christmas trees, presents, elves, stalls and magic.
Tivoli’s grand Christmas tree, decorated with miles of fairy lights, will be moved to the centre of the Garden. The Christmas tree will stand in the area in front of the Concert Hall, where it will tower higher and more lavish than previous years. The enchanting Tivoli Lights, invented by Tiffany’s head designer, John Loring, are a story in their own right: one thousand eight hundred light chains are needed for the willows around The Tivoli Lake. Another 5000 metres is needed for all the Christmas trees and a further 1000 metres for the buildings at Tivoli.
Tivoli’s rides will be twirling merrily during Christmas in Tivoli. So much in fact that all of Tivoli’s amusements will be open. And if this wasn’t enough, this Christmas will feature the following special amusements: the Swing Carousel, the Music Carousel and the Chinese Lantern.
Shopping and eating
Christmas in Tivoli’s villages will be buzzing with life when more than 70 stall holders move in with their wide range of decorations, presents, delicacies, food and drink. All of Tivoli’s familiar restaurants will be offering a warm welcome. The usual fare will be replaced with traditional Christmas delicacies and you are recommended to book a table as Tivoli has become a popular venue for company Christmas parties.
The Tivoli Concert Hall premieres Oliver! the musical by Lionel Bart on 16 November. This spectacular and moving show is for all the family and runs through to 30 December. The show is performed in Danish but the Dickens story about the life of Oliver Twist is universally known and the music universally ear-catching.On Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays, you can experience the Tivoli Gardens parade in the Garden and on Saturdays and Sundays, the Tivoli Elves’ Band will be playing festive Christmas melodies.
In the Glass Hall Theatre London Toast Theatre celebrates its 25th anniversary with yet another Crazy Christmas Cabaret. Some knowledge of both English and Danish is required to understand the mad theatricals.
Christmas in Tivoli 2002 is from 14 November until 30 December.
Sunday - Thursday 11:00 bis 22:00
Friday - Saturday 11:00 bis 23:00*
*On 28 November, 5 december and 11 December Tivoli closes at Midnight
Tivoli closes at 20:00 on the 23rd December
Tivoli is closed on the 24-25th December
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