Tivoli Gardens , the amusement park, the second oldest in the world, has a rich history and has worked with Disney Cruise Line, and inspired Walt Disney to design his first theme parks on its design. Unfortunately, Disney will not be back to the Baltic this summer and had worked with Tivoli, the second oldest amusement park in the world, in the past.
Though Disney may not be back in Copenhagen this summer, many cruise lines will: Aida Cruises; Azamara Cruise Club; Carnival Cruise Lines; Celebrity Cruises; Costa Cruises; Crystal Cruises; Cunard Line; Fred Olsen Cruises; Hapag Lloyd Cruise Line; Holland America Line; Norwegian Cruise Line; Oceana Cruises; P & O Cruises; Princess Cruises; Regent Seven Seas; Royal Caribbean International; Seabourn Cruise Line; Thomson Cruises; just to name a few.
Tivoli Gardens has since added dedicated year-round staff to service the cruise industry and now has embarked on making custom shows for cruise passengers.
Executives with Tivoli are expected to announce the new shows on Tuesday in the United States, which could be a precursor to Tivoli-designed shows onboard.
Tivoli is one of the oldest amusement parks of the world and the park consequently exudes tradition and history. However, innovation blossoms everywhere like the floral splendor of the garden. Tivoli is always in progress and thus the garden is used as much by local Copenhageners as by tourists. The fairytale garden is to this day a vibrant meeting place, where young concert goers, families with children, business men lunching and elderly couples strolling all gather in the picturesque, elegant and atmospheric garden.
Nostalgia and Fireworks
In Tivoli you can try out the harrowing Demon rollercoaster or take a trip in the small boats at a more leisurely pace. Tivoli has succeeded in delicately compromising between hair-raising, modern rides and memory evoking classics such as the beautiful carrousel. You can power ahead with the multi-ride ticket, which allows you to use the rides as much as you wish to. Nevertheless, just strolling through the lit garden is for many the most unique and – for Danes at least – nostalgic experience. When you walk well-fed though the garden, fireworks atop, and hear the drone from the rock stage and smell the ice cream cones fresh from the oven you know that it is truly summer in Copenhagen. However, when the calendar dictates Halloween and Christmas the garden changes character and suddenly Tivoli becomes the perfect holiday outing with everything from pumpkin heads to Christmas candles.