The architecture and atmosphere of Tivoli Gardens' Glass Pavilion in the centre of Copenhagen is due to the Danish architect Poul Henningsen, who designed the reconstruction in 1946 after it had been destroyed during the Nazi occupation.
From 1863 the original building was used as a concert hall but from 1902 mostly theatre performances and music hall shows took place here. There is room for an audience of 957.
See Tivoli Gardens' Glassalen's event calendar (in Danish).
|01/01/2011 - 31/12/2020||Monday - Sunday||-|
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City / Area
- København (indre by)
- handicap friendly
Nearest stationCopenhagen Central Station, Vesterport
|Meeting rooms||Number of meeting rooms||Theater||Usiting||Banquet||Class||Reception||Boardroom|
|Aquarium Foyer In The Concert Hall||1||100||–||390||58||800||–|
|Balachine Lounge, Roof Terrace (Outdoor)||1||–||–||75||–||145||–|
|H.C. Andersen Castle||1||90||–||100||40||200||–|
|The Glass Hall||1||969||–||–||–||–||–|
|Tivoli Concert Hall||1||1635||–||–||–||–||–|