Halloween at Tivoli.

One of my favourite 8-acre areas in the world, Tivoli Gardens, get even better as they light up in orange-and-black lights over the Halloween.

I was there only once, five years ago now, and looking at the pictures posted by a friend of mine on Facebook of the Halloween decoration this year, things don’t seem to have changed much over the years. So I feel less guilty showing you pictures from five years ago and claiming as if I know what is going on in the Garden.

The thing that I like the most about Tivoli is that it is not pretentious. Halloween, for example, is a classic carved pumpkin affair with witches walking around the Garden and smoky giant cauldron that visitors can play with a giant ladle.

Typical scene of Tivoli main entrance during Halloweens.
I have never seen Halloween so pretty.

More pumpkins!
Witches and pumpkins!
Witches and pumpkins!
The giant cauldron.

No matter how old you are, Tivoli will make you walk back in time and release the inner child in you and take you straight back to the good old trick or treatin’ days.

I never realised pumpkins and hays can be so much fun.
Too much hays can reduce the mental age of a person.

As night grows darker, the old Copenhagen city centre exudes some eerie feeling without even trying too hard.


And anyone can be a witch without even dressing up.

Hunchback witch.

I hope everyone had a great Halloween!

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