Halloween is just around the corner. Halloween is celebrated – in a very limited manner – in many countries in Europe. In Europe, often the pumpkin is used not as a symbol of Halloween, but represents the coming of the Fall season. No place does the “pumpkin” better then the Tivoli Gardens, the amusement park in downtown Copenhagen. You can walk – or better, ride a bike – from anywhere in the city the amusement park and enjoy the entertainment, the restaurants, and the pagentry of Tivoli.
During the Fall Season, Tivoli is opened limited days and hours and certainly worthy of a visit. Pulling some information from the 2012 Tivoli Halloween website – and a few pictures from our own experiences… here’s a great look at Tivoli… with pumpkins, LOTS of pumpkins!
Once again the Tivoli Gardens have been transformed into a warm and welcoming Halloween kingdom during the autumn holiday season. From 12 – 28 October 2012 the Gardens are filled with thousands of pumpkins, hay bales, spiders and scarecrows.
Be ready for a blood-curdling experience featuring plenty of ghouls and goblins, when we open our brand new attraction The Haunted House.
The witches abide at The Old Mill in the Halloween Village, but have recently taken over The Open Air Stage as well.In the witches’ booths in front of the Mill, cut your own pumpkins, catch spiders and buy all sorts of Halloween goods.
Be sure to check out the daily Halloween-parade with lots of fun and games. It all ends with a jolly parade through The Gardens, along with The Tivoli Boys Guard and horse carriages.
Tivloi is a wonderful park – any time of the year. If you are interested in going to Copenhagen, Contact Ron Phillips Travel and we would be pleased to assist you! Our founder lived in Copenhagen for two years and can certainly provide some “insider tips” to Tivoli Gardens and Copenhagen.For many, many more photos on Halloween in Tivoli… head to our Copenhagen Halloween Pinterest Board.
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