In 2005 Tivoli joined the Accessibility Label Scheme. That means you can find most of the information on accessibility in Tivoli on www.godadgang.dk.
Tivoli has decided to continue the scheme whereby disabled visitors are allowed to bring their own companions, which was introduced in 2005. Our intention with the assistant scheme is to provide equal opportunities in the Tivoli experience. This means that it is possible for guests with a disability to receive compensation for the extra expenses involved because of their disability, but neither more nor less. The way the scheme works is that guests with a disability, pay for admission and access to the rides on an equal basis with other Tivoli guests. A companion to a disabled person may subsequently be given a free Multi-ride ticket at the entrances on showing a companion card of the Danish Association of the Blind. Companion cards and children's companion cards are administered by the Disabled Peoples Organisations Denmark User services (Dansk Handicaporganisationers Brugerservice). Assistants to disabled people who hold companion cards need not pay for admission to Tivoli when they are accompanying a person with a functional impairment.
Please note that special ‚ÄúShow consideration‚Äù cards are available from Tivoli Service Centre that allow a child or adult with a hidden disability, e.g. autism, to be taken to the front of the queue for rides (including their helper or companion). Assistants for disabled guests in the Tivoli Concert Hall and the Glass Hall Theatre are to pay for the ticket on equal basis as other guests. Exceptions are sign language interpreters, who interpret for the hearing impaired; these can be assigned appropriate places where interpretation can be performed in an appropriate manner. Contact Tivoli Box Office to hear more about this (tel. 0045 3315 1012).