Halloween not for the faint-hearted this year

Until November 2, thousands will descend on Tivoli to celebrate Halloween, which this year will last for three weeks at the themepark.


As you can see, even the maintenance workers have been zombified.


The pumpkins, and other root vegetables, have taken over.


Annike and Anne were among the thousands to enjoy attractions


Three 13-year-olds Toke, Justin and Furry braved Hotel Scary, which one of them described as “spidery, burnt, bloody and really scary”.


The wait for food can be a bit long …


But it's worth it in the end!

 





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