Top 50: Denmark's biggest attractions

Which attractions in Denmark are really the biggest and most popular? See the 50 most visited places in 2022 here.

2022 was a remarkable year for Denmark's tourist attractions. After a challenging few years with corona restrictions affecting visitor numbers, Denmark saw a significant increase in the number of visitors to the country's most popular attractions. Overall, the 50 most visited attractions in 2022 had an impressive 24.2 million visitors, an increase of 65.6% compared to 2021. However, this was still 11.5% less than in 2019.

The 50 most visited attractions in Denmark

  1. Tivoli – 3.854.000
  2. Dyrehavsbakken – 1.805.929
  3. Legoland Billund – 1.700.000
  4. Copenhagen Zoo – 1.332.440
  5. Djurs amusement park – 878.154
  6. Fårup sommerland – 768.683
  7. Aquadome – Lalandia Billund – 750.000
  8. Botanical Garden in Copenhagen – 685.626
  9. Louisiana – 612.992
  10. round Tower – 607.827
  11. Experimentarium – 545.873
  12. Aquadome – Lalandia Rødby – 530.000
  13. Tivoli Freedom – 514.541
  14. ARoS, Aarhus Art Museum – 514.332
  15. Christiansborg Castle – 507.682
  16. State Museum of Art – 498.505
  17. Odense Zoo – 484.262
  18. The old Town – 479.807
  19. The Blue Planet, Denmark's Aquarium – 478.000
  20. Aalborg zoo – 473.769
  21. Givskud Zoo Zootopia – 453.604
  22. New Carlsberg Glyptotek – 449.147
  23. Moesgaard Museum – 393.639
  24. Rosenborg Castle, The Kings' Collection – 325.609
  25. The National Museum, Prince's Palace – 304.985
  26. The Royal Library – The Black Diamond – 303.933
  27. Randers Rainforest – 303.291
  28. Lego House – 288.929
  29. Knuthenborg Safari Park – 282.000
  30. Egeskov Castle – 278.446
  31. Geocenter Møns Klint – 260.870
  32. Jesperhus Holiday Park – 259.353
  33. Kronborg Castle – 253.416
  34. THE PRISON – 250.802
  35. Aquadome – Lalandia Søndervig – 250.000
  36. Museum East Jutland, Ebeltoft – 249.091
  37. Summerland Zealand – 246.000
  38. The greenhouses Botanical Garden Aarhus – 233.617
  39. Danish Architecture Center (DAC) – 226.159
  40. The Palm House – 224.971
  41. Amalienborg Museum Christian VIII's Palace, Kings Collection – 216.260
  42. The Forest Tower – Camp Adventure – 211.322
  43. North Sea Oceanarium – 193.120
  44. Kongernes Jelling, National Museum – 187.979
  45. The National History Museum at Frederiksborg Castle – 184.919
  46. The House of H.C. Andersen – 183.355
  47. Ree Park Safari – 175.614
  48. Kattegatcentret – 171.694
  49. Skagen Museum – 166.661
  50. Open Air Museum – 165.000
  51. Storm P. Museum – 163.000
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