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The thrills of Sweden’s biggest theme park await you just a short walk or tram ride from the city center.
From Balder, one of the world’s best wooden roller coasters, to the giant Ferris wheel affording unrivaled views across the region, Liseberg’s 40 rides offer excitement suited to every level of daring.
If thrill-seeking isn’t your thing, Liseberg also has extensive gardens featuring waterfalls, artwork and a sculpture park, with several restaurants also on-site.
Admission and ride tickets are sold separately, guaranteeing a good value day out regardless of how you choose to spend your time.
Worth visiting, even if you don't like theme parks
Even if you don’t like roundabouts and roller coasters, the amusement park Liseberg is a must when in Gothenburg. The park opened in 1923, and has been the social hub for the people of Gothenburg since then. They go to enjoy the beautiful flower arrangements, dance to old time live music at Polketten, listen to new artists playing the large stage, or, of course, to enjoy a ride or two. Don’t rush the visit. During busy periods the lines can be long to the most popular rides. Gothenburg parents know this can be an expensive day, with ride tickets, raffles, and all the meals. So they bring a picnic. Liseberg is open during the summer season, as well as at Halloween and before Christmas.