Tivoli entry is free. There are cash desks where you can buy a one-time ticket (€ 8) or a handball (€ 39). A bag and other things can be locked in a locker (€ 2). Attractions are for every age. The boredom will not be...More
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This amusement park is classy and offers a lot to do and keep one busy for the entire day. Yes there was a long line as it is a popular place so there are a lot of people but the service is good and everything...More
A lot to see for the whole family in a small area. The wristband is worth buying due to quite expensive single tickets. Friendly personnel. If you love gardening, there're a lot good tips to see in the park.
Went here on a day trip from Tallinn. You can get a tram No.9 from the ferry port that takes you up to the park. You can buy a wristband for 39 euro that allows you on all rides as many times as you like....More
There are a lot of different rides for different ages (heights under 100 cm, 100-120 cm, 120-140 cm and over 140 cm). In some of them children must be accompanied. If you're planning to go to Hurjakuru ("boat" ride), bring spare clothes or a rain...More
This amusement park stands solid in comparison with other scandinavian parks. Nothing extra ordinary but it provides something for everybody. Easy to navigate around and price of the all day bracelet (39€) is reasonable. Food quality could be better.
The entrance to this park is free!! It's very nice and just in the city! We went on foot from the city centre. We really liked it. Some attractions for small kids are also free. What we enjoyed the most is the FREE Panorama Sightseeing...More
We (2 adults & 2 children 3&6) spent half a day at Linnanmaki Amusement Park, there are plenty of rides for the smaller kids, some with height restrictions. We also had dinner at the Funky Restaurant inside the complex. ...reasonably priced food which I think...More