Tivoli Concert Hall
The Tivoli Concert Hall in the heart of Copenhagen opened its doors to the public in 1956, but has since undergone a major renovation and has been restored to its original 50s look.
Among the new acquisitions is a flexible acoustic shell that can be adjusted according to the type of music played. A new addition to the exterior of the Concert Hall is the Garden Foyer Entrance in the Rotunda.
Europe's longest saltwater aquarium
The basement of the building houses Europe's longest a saltwater aquarium, containing 270.000 litres of water. The aquarium boasts 1600 specimens of brilliantly coloured tropical fish and exotic sharks roaming the modelled coral reef.
Concert-goers must use the main entrance to the Tivoli Gardens.
|01/01/2011 - 31/12/2020||Monday - Sunday||-|
Last updated byWonderful Copenhagen email@example.com
City / Area
- København (indre by)
- handicap friendly
CoordinatesLongtitude : 12.565412
Latitude : 55.6747595
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||–||–||–||–||–|