Children under the age of eight can now visit Tivoli for free, while parents can enjoy reduced price admission until the start of start of the school summer holidays.
The classic Copenhagen amusement park and gardens is currently offering adult entry for DKK 75 ($14/€10), which rises to the old price of DKK 95 on July 1, or DKK125 after 8pm on Fridays.
As always, visitors must buy tickets once inside to enjoy the park’s rides and attractions, but these too have been revised. For a long time, Tivoli has wanted to abandon the principle of age differentiation as the visitors’ choice of rides is not necessarily age-related. Accordingly, in 2011 the price of a multi-ride ticket will be DKK 195 ($37/€26) for everyone, regardless of age. For visitors who want to try a few rides only, ride tickets will still be available at DKK 25 per ticket ($4.75/€3.35).
Admission to the Petzi’s World children’s area, the Pantomime Theatre and entertainment on the Open Air Stage remain free, and guests are even encouraged bring their own picnic. The summer season starts on April 14.