Halloween: Things that go bump in the night
As October rolls on, Halloween in Denmark is always a ton of fun. Fancy dress, pumpkins, haunted castles and spooky lightshows...if you're going to do it, better do it right.
City frights in Tivoli
Copenhagen’s iconic Tivoli Gardens will be dressed up for Halloween this autumn, with spiders, scarecrows, magical creatures, pumpkins galore and thousands of iridescent lights. At night, music, lights, smoke, fire and lasers illuminate Tivoli Lake for a show like no other. Can scary also be stunning? Damn straight.
Brick or treat at LEGOLAND®
The original LEGOLAND® will be transformed for Halloween from 6 October until 3 November. Join the ‘Brick or Treat’ (see what they did there?) tour round the park and encounter load of freaky Halloween creatures on your way. If you're feeling especially brave, you can creep into the giant pumpkin made of more than 100,000 LEGO® bricks. With special extended opening hours, it's a truly unique Halloween experience from Denmark's most famous gift to the world.
Of course, Denmark is an ancient country and is filled with creepy haunted castles. Well. We can't prove they are haunted, but with all the dark, bloody history that took place within their walls, something must be lingering in the air. And what better time to do a bit of ghost hunting than at Halloween?