Summer in Tivoli

We're looking forward to seeing you.

Dear guest

Tivoli is delighted to welcome you to a visit packed with fairy-tale Summer fun, in which we all take care of each other. When planning your visit to Tivoli, please be aware that we have taken various COVID-19 precautions in order to properly look after our visitors and employees. This means that the following applies to your next Tivoli visit:

  • Visitors aged 15 or over must bring proof of a negative COVID-19 test taken in the previous 72 hours. Proof of either a negative antigen test (also known as a rapid test) or a negative PCR test (throat swab) must include your name, test time and test result. Please have the documentation ready at the entrance.
    If you have received the full COVID-19 vaccine or your first vaccine dose at least 14 days and at most 42 days prior to your visit, you are not required to show proof of a negative test. Corona passport must be presented.
  • When producing proof of a negative test, visitors aged 15 or over must also show ID. This may be a driving licence, yellow health card or other official ID.
  • If you have been diagnosed with COVID-19, it is not required to show proof of a negative COVID-19-test. In this case you will need to show documentation for a positive COVID-19-test, that should be conducted minimum two weeks and maximum 180 months prior to your visit. 
  • Visitors must book trips on selected rides via the digital ride queue in the Tivoli app.

Read more about the various measures on this page, which is updated on an ongoing basis.

From 23 April Tivoli Gardens will be open every day. See opening hours here.

We look forward to seeing you in the Gardens!

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Remember to bring your negative COVID-19 test

Tivoli is obliged by the authorities to require that visitors aged 15 and over are able to produce proof of a negative COVID-19 test in order to access the Gardens. Proof may be either a negative antigen test (also known as a rapid test) or a negative PCR test (throat swab). The test must not have been taken any more than 72 hours before the visit, and visitors must bring ID in the form of a driving licence, yellow health card, passport or other official ID. A Tivoli employee will briefly check the proof of the negative test and your ID. We do not store any of this information.

There are a few exceptions to the need to produce a negative COVID-19 test – read more about these in our FAQ farther down this page.

Children up to and including the age of 14 do not need to produce a negative test.

There are various places close to Tivoli where you can take a free COVID-19 test. DGI Byen's test centre is located close Tivoli. Just beside Nimb, it is possible to take a test, provided by Falck, for 50 kr. The test centre is open daily from 11.00-20.00. (Friday 11.00-21.00.)

Find test centre.

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Frequently asked questions

Below you can find answers to frequently asked questions about your visit to Tivoli after covid-19.

  1. Do I need to produce a negative COVID-19 test in order to enter Tivoli?

    Yes. Tivoli is obliged by the authorities to require that our visitors aged 15 and over are able to produce a negative COVID-19 test in order to gain access. In other words, you must show proof of a negative COVID-19 test taken within the 72 hours prior to your arrival at Tivoli.

    Proof of either a negative antigen test (also known as a rapid test) or a negative PCR test (throat swab) is valid and provides access to the Gardens.

    If you have received the full COVID-19 vaccine or your first vaccine dose at least 14 days and at most 42 days prior to your visit, you are not required to show proof of a negative test. Corona passport must be presented.

    If you have been diagnosed with COVID-19, it is not required to show proof of a negative COVID-19-test. In this case you will need to show documentation for a positive COVID-19-test, that should be conducted minimum two weeks and maximum 180 days prior to your visit. 

  2. When do the 72 hours start?

    When you arrive at Tivoli, the moment you were tested must be no longer than 72 hours ago. In other words, if you are tested on Friday at 15:00, the test is valid until Monday at 15:00.

  3. Do children need to produce a negative COVID-19 test in order to enter Tivoli?

    No, children and young people up to and including the age of 14 are exempt from the need to produce a negative test.

  4. Do I need to produce a test if I have been vaccinated?

    No. If you have received the full COVID-19 vaccine or your first vaccine dose at least 14 days and at most 42 days prior to your visit, you are not required to show proof of a negative test. Corona passport must be presented.

  5. Do you keep my test details?

    No. We only need to briefly look at the proof and check your ID to confirm your identity. We do not write down and store any of the information.

  6. I am exempt from taking a COVID-19 test. Can I enter Tivoli?

    The following exemptions apply to the requirement to produce a negative COVID-19 test:

    - Children under the age of 15. 
    - People who should not take a COVID-19 test for medical reasons. 
    - People who should not take a COVID-19 test due to physical or mental impairment. 
    - People who have previously been infected with COVID-19 who can produce proof of a COVID-19 test with a positive test result taken at least 14 days and no more than 180 days before the time of the individual's arrival at the cultural institution.

    If you have received the full COVID-19 vaccine or your first vaccine dose at least 14 days and at most 42 days prior to your visit, you are not required to show proof of a negative test. Corona passport must be presented.

  7. Can I buy a ticket in advance?

    Yes. We recommend that you buy your admission ticket, Unlimited Ride Ticket and/or Tivoli Pass at home. You will still be able to buy tickets and a Tivoli Pass on the day at the entrance and from the Tivoli Box Office. You can buy your tickets and Unlimited Ride Tickets here.

  8. Is it required to book an arrival time?

    No it is no longer required to book your visit in advance.

  9. Can we eat in Tivoli?

    Yes, it is possible to dine at the restaurants. It is no longer necessary to book a table before arrival. If you have showed proof of a negative corona test at the Tivoli entrance, it is not necessary to show it at the restaurants. 

    See the list of restaurants in Tivoli

  10. Do I need to wear a face mask anywhere?

    You are required to wear a face mask or visor in all public indoor spaces. In other words, in stores, the Tivoli Box Office and in the toilets.

    It is required that persons from the age of 12 years and up wear a face mask in all rides. Single use face masks or fabric face masks that cover the nose and mouth area, are approved. Guests need to bring their own masks. There can be exceptions for persons that for different reasons are excluded from the requirement of face masks.

    You can buy a face mask at the following places: at the entrances to Tivoli, Tivoli's Service Centre, Little Tivoli and the photo booths.

  11. Are Tivoli's shops and gambling and arcade games open?

    Yes, all our shops, outdoor gambling, arcade games and indoor arcades are open as usual.

  12. Are all the rides open?

    Most of the outdoor rides are open. See overview of open rides.
    Please note that face masks must be worn on certain rides. For those rides for which a face mask is mandatory, you must bring your own mask.

    Face masks are mandatory on the following rides: The Demon, the Milky Way, the Bumper Cars, Vertigo, Aquila, TikTak, the Roller Coaster, the Fun House, the Flying Trunk and the Mine, and the Monsoon.

    You can buy a face mask at the following places: at the entrances to Tivoli, Tivoli's Service Centre, Little Tivoli and the photo booths.

  13. Do I have to pre-book to go on a ride?

    You must pre-book for selected rides via the Tivoli app. The Tivoli app also shows you which rides require you to pre-book.

  14. How do I queue for a ride if I do not have a smartphone?

    You are required to use our digital ride queue for certain rides in Tivoli. You will find the queue in the Tivoli app. 

    If you do not have a smartphone, you can borrow one from Tivoli's Service Centre, subject to a deposit of DKK 1,000 or photo ID. Note that you must be 18 or older in order to borrow a smartphone.

     

  15. Where do I find the daily programme?

    The programme for the day is available here.

BUYING TICKETS FROM HOME

We encourage you to plan your Tivoli adventure in advance and buy your tickets and Unlimited Ride Tickets from home. This will allow you to use our self-service entrance with your pre-purchased admission ticket. 

You can read further information about COVID-19 here.

Buy tickets

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