The month before Christmas, the famed amusement park transforms into a winter wonderland where snow, decorations, little wooden homes and hundreds of thousands of festive lights are spread throughout the park grounds. The kids will be able to meet Santa and his reindeer, and Danish Christmas traditions such as the Saint Lucia procession can be viewed as well.The center piece of Christmas at Tivoli is the Christmas Market, where you can buy gifts, crafts, souvenirs, and warm food and drink, including the famed Danish hot wine called glögi that is sure to chase away the winter chill.
Journalists, buyers and design enthusiasts from around the world will attend the annual event, which presents a ‘new and refreshing look at design, presented in a unique collaboration between top design companies and designers’.Georg Jensen, Paustian,
Muuto are among the names that have been present at recent years’ events.
As well as a multitude of gatherings, product launches, exhibitions and design talks spread across the city over the festival’s three-day run, free transport to the various venues is included in the ticket price, so guests can attend every part of the program they wish to.
At the time of writing, a full program for the festival hadn’t been published, so keep your eyes on the 3 Days of Design website for updates.