Best tips on how to visit Tivoli Friheden in Aarhus Denmark. We have been writing about the positive progress for Aarhus Light Rail (Letbanen) here. It is one of the most awesome attractions in Aarhus for anyone that loves public transportation. But that’s not what this article is about.
What can you do in Aarhus, Denmark? Between April and October. You can visit one of the oldest amusement parks in the world that are not linked by the light rail network directly. So, here are our tips on how to get to Tivoli Friheden amusement park in Aarhus. It’s not difficult, so once you understand that it is quite easy to reach.
So here are our tips on how to reach Tivoli Friheden in Denmark’s second-largest city.
Take the Bus Line 18 to Tivoli Friheden
The easiest way to take the bus to the amusement park is to take the L1 or L2 light rail lines to Aarhus C. From here you can take the bus line 18 or you can take it from Astrup to the amusement park. From there you can take bus number 18. This bus line stops just outside of the park at the station named Tivoli Friheden/Stadion Allé. You will notice it from the station.
- Bus Line 18 is the fastest way to the amusement park
- The bus line 18 runs every 30 min during the day
- Tivoli Friheden/Stadion Allé station is only 28 meters from the entrance
The bus information on the bus should say Moesgaard Museum and when you are done being at Tivoli Friheden then you take it on the opposite side of the road to Astrup. Its only 28 meters from the entrance.
Another important thing to know is that the bus line 18 runs every 30 minutes during the daytime. At other times it runs hourly.
You can also Bike or even Walk to Tivoli Friheden
This amusement park is not far from Aarhus C., In fact, it is only 1.3 km from it. However, there are lots of streets in this part of the town so it is easy to be confused. But if you use a map service, that shouldn’t be any problem.
You can rent a bike going here as in Denmark there are bicycle paths all over the country even. All of the streets in Aarhus got great bicycle paths that are clearly separated from the car traffic. Many countries in the world including Norway should learn from Denmark for sure. Denmark is a country in Scandinavia that is very flat where the highest place is about 300 meters above sea level.
So there are almost no hills at all in the country which means its perfect for using a bike. So if you come to the country you have these biking services in Aarhus that you can use for getting there.
Bike rental services for Aarhus in Denmark
- Donkey Bike Rental in Aarhus – this service got an app and they do have a bike stand near the Tivoli Friheden!
- Bikes 4 Rent – affordable rents of bikes in Denmark. Prices are between 35 DKK (4.68 Euro) and 90 DKK (12.04 Euro) per day.
- Bibliovelo – rental bike app for both Android and iOS
If there are more, please do send us a note to post at distrita dot com. Or if you prefer to just walk. The trip is only 1.4 km from Aarhus C. Then that’s not an issue at all too. You can ask the locals or just use the map service on your phone. It takes you to the amusement park.
Prices and Times for Entering the Tivoli Friheden
- Entrance Tivoli for people that are over 90 cm is 135 DKK (18.07 Euro). Then add 125 DKK (16.73 Euro) if you want to use all of the rides
- Entrance Tivoli for people that are under 90 cm is Free. Also, rides are Free too
You can also buy tickets for each attraction if you just want to try out a few rides. The price is only 10 DKK (1.34 Euro) which is really affordable. Some of the bigger rides need more. Check out the site for what they require here.
Between November and March each year this amusement park is closed because of winter and colder temperatures. So, if you are coming to Aarhus alone or with friends or children. This amusement park will for sure give you lots of entertainment between April and October each year. A worthy visit to Aarhus, Denmark.
Map showing where Tivoli Friheden is located in Aarhus
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Aarhus Amusement park Tivoli Friheden FAQ
Source: Friheden.dk and Research