Tivoli has today opened its doors for its Halloween season, promising phantoms, pumpkins and pleasure by the bucket-load.
This year’s spine-tingling decorations include scarecrows, spiders and even some giraffes wearing witch hats (presumably not a reference to Marius).
Among the activities for the nation’s children, who break up for half-term this afternoon, will be the chance to navigate hay mazes, carve pumpkins and take a selfie with Denmark’s biggest pumpkin.
On our visit today, we encountered all manner of pumpkin-ware, but most spooky of all were the large arachnids at ‘Veteranbilerne’, the infant ride that promises to be slightly more exciting than normal.
Staying in the spooky spirit, the market stalls will be selling monster-inspired treats and there will be a monsters’ parade with 200 costumed participants walking the streets of Copenhagen. Some of the performers might even pose for a photo! And don’t miss the Haunted House and Zombie Dance Show.
With markets, rides and entertainment all revealing scarier faces, Tivoli is the place to be during Halloween season! (SK)