During the Easter period from March 27 to April 5, the park will be open from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.
– We have assessed that the revenue base is greatest from 11-20, because our restaurants are initially exempt from reopening. Only to-go may be served, says Tivoli’s director Susanne Mørch Koch.
After Easter, you will only be able to visit on the weekends for the rest of April – from Friday to Sunday.
– At least until the country opens up more, says Susanne Mørch Koch.
As a guest, you must reserve a time for the visit in advance, so that Tivoli can keep track of there not being too long queues at the entrance. This applies in the first instance at Easter.
– It is important for us to open up for a safe Tivoli. Both for guests and staff. The safest thing we can do is to make sure that there is room for many in the amusement park, as long as we do not all go in there on the same day and time.
Tivoli hopes that there will be a reopening view that after Easter will make it easier to let people in for a spontaneous trip.
But so far, in addition to security, the reservations can also be an indication of how much people are hungry for a trip to Tivoli.
– We can easily find more opening days and more opening hours if there is guest demand for it. We would rather have the Tivoli back that we all know, she says.
The government has decided that guests must have a negative coronate test before they can gain access.
Tivoli will make a test facility at Tivoli in collaboration with Falck, so it will be easier for the guests, says director Susanne Mørch Korch.
Tivoli has been closed since 9 December.
Source: The Nordic Page