Open regularly

City: Copenhagen (Denmark).
Total route length: 0.4 km (0.2 miles).

Opened: August 15, 1843.


The ride Line 8 in Tivoli is a copy of the former tram line 8 in Copenhagen. It has been driving since 1969.

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Trams and light rails in Denmark

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Tram companies in Copenhagen

Hovedstadens Letbane
Under construction

Frederiksberg Sporveje (FS)

Københavns Sporveje (KS)

Nordsjællands Elektricitets- og Sporvejs Aktieselskab (NESA)

Kjøbenhavns Forstæders Sporveisselskab (KFS)

Nørrebro Elektriske Sporveje (NES)

Strandvejens Dampsporvej

Other tram museums in Copenhagen

The restaurant Sporvejen
Open regularly

Hovedstadsområdets Trafikselskabsmuseum (HT-museet)
Closed permanently

Tram lines in operation

Copenhagen Tivoli Linie 8
Operates only in summer


View the route map in high resolution.

Current trams at the museum

Model railcar: 302, 305, 309, 312, and 503.

Model sidecar: 312.

Open model sidecar: 251, 389, and 401.

Indicative opening hours

April - September
Sunday to Thursday: 11 am - 11 pm
Friday and Saturday: 11 am - midnight

See the official opening hours.


Vesterbrogade 3
1630 København V

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Tivoli: Linie 8
Language: Danish.

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Last updated: November 12, 2023.