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  • A merrier Christmas at Liseberg amusement park

    Liseberg is open

    15-17, 22–24 and 28–30 November as well as 1, 4–23 and 26-29 December.





    Liseberg amusement park sets the perfect atmosphere for you to get in the right holiday spirit. With millions of twinkling lights, Sweden’s largest Christmas market, a stunning ice show and more.

    The kids get to meet Santa himself and the market tempts all your senses with goodies like roasted almonds and mulled wine. Liseberg amusement park welcomes you to a very merry Christmas – this year with lots of new areas, where the Rabbit Land and the 1930s Christmas district are a few of them.

    Christmas news in the park

    Liseberg celebrates its 90th anniversary and as a finale the amusement park is open the days between Christmas and New Years with lots of attractions and rides, the Christmas market and skating school. In addition, the Liseberg Rabbits celebrate their first Christmas in the new Rabbit Land where all the kids are invited to a Christmas Party.

    Furthermore, you will get the chance to spend Christmas as it were in the 1930s with decorated neighbourhoods, an authentic market and a grand Christmas tree right in the centre. Down by the harbour area it’s a bit more rough. You will hear the music and bawling from the boat, quack doctors promising miracles and steam smokes out of the pots in the soup kitchen.

    Experiences for all your senses

    The Liseberg Christmas market houses over 70 stalls and boutiques that offers homemade candy, tasty delicacies, shiny Christmas decorations, sausages, handmade jewellery and more that makes your Christmas a little more merrier.

    There will also be a fantastic Christmas fairy tale in the form of a glittery ice show where professional Swedish figure skaters perform together with the Liseberg rabbits in a stunning show.

    Meet another world

    In the Lapland area you will experience the culture of the Sami people. Enjoy the peace and quiet and watch bonfires, while strolling around in the snow. The stalls along the way offer Sami arts and crafts and delicacies.

    There’s a hive of activity in the medieval village in time for the upcoming mid-winter party. The aromas of the cooking tents are mixed with the hammering from the forge and the sound of people laughing at jesters. The finest armour and swords are showcased and on stage you’ll see the knights getting ready for the forthcoming tournament.