Tivoli Gardens amusement park in central Copenhagen was originally scheduled to open for its summer season today, April 2. It was later postponed until April 16 and is now extended to May 1. This is a natural consequence of the ban on assemblies that applies now and the current reports that have come from the government and the health authorities about the Covid-19 virus.
Tivoli’s CEO Lars Liebst says:
“Like the rest of the world, we are day by day monitoring the Covid-19 crisis and the significance of the pandemic for the safety of our guests and employees. In this context we have now decided to postpone the opening until 1 May. On the other hand, we extend the summer season to 4 October.
I can hardly bear it, because we have a trimmed amusement park ready to welcome thousands of guests here in April. We hope that Tivoli and others in the amusement industry are among the first to give back to the Danes some of the togetherness they have missed during the crisis. We are ready to open the doors at very short notice. ”
At tivoli.dk, the Covid-19 virus and its consequences for Tivoli are constantly updated. Here, news will also be updated regarding planned activities in Tivoli.