Since 1985, the roller coaster Odinexpressen secured screams and cheers from The guests. But after well over 30 million gæsteture closed the ride finally ended after the season 2018.
It informs the Tivoli.
- It has served its military service. It has been running great for many years, and everything has its time, says Torben Plank, press officer in Tivoli.
The 30-year-old roller coaster will be replaced by a new one given the name the Milky way. It comes to remind you Odinexpressen, but the universe will still new, so you get a different experience. The milky way will be a lot higher than Odinexpressen and opens for 'Christmas in Tivoli 2019'.
According to Tivoli, which last year celebrated the 175-year anniversary, it happens as a result of that, the park must move with the times.
The old amusement park fear, however, that guests will not take good care of the new ride which comes instead.
- If we are to be in a league for itself and be something special, so we will also need to take some decisions in between and take something that the guests don't know they want, says Torben Plank.
in Addition to the closure of the Odinexpressen will also børnerutsjebanen ' be replaced by a new ride. In addition, will include the bumper cars and the Mirage also get a major facelift. The new bumper cars will be running to June 2019, and the new ride, which retains the name', is ready by sommersæsonens start the 4. april.
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How come the new Pride to see out. Illustration: Jesper Andersen/Tivoli
the Tivoli has in recent years invested in the many experiences, and in 2019 is expected to invest about 100 million dollars in new initiatives.
- We have, over the past five years invested about 200 million dollars, and in 2019, we invest about 100 million dollars in replacements of the rides in Tivoli.
- It is important for us to be at the forefront of the development and live up to guests ' expectations, to the with us get the unique experience, while we hold fast to the best traditions, writes Andreas Morthorst, cfo in Tivoli, in a press release.
The many investments, however according to the it is not effect on the prices of entrance and multi-ride tickets.
- No, there are no plans on the here and now, so I don't believe it, says Torben Plank.
Tivoli beat for the first time the doors up in the summer of 1843 and was founded by Georg Carstensen.