Liseberg Amusement Park Overview
Liseberg is a theme park owned by Goteborgs Stad Company. The amusement park is situated in Gothenburg, Sweden. In 2016, the theme park visited by more than 3,100,000 peoples. The Liseberg is the highest visited theme park in Scandinavia. In 2003 and 2005, the theme park voted as The Best Wooden Tracked Roller Coaster across the world in an international poll. The Forbes magazine selected it as one of the top ten amusement parks in the world. The amusement park also stays opened in November and December. The theme park has two official colors named as Pink and Green. The park provides adventure, music, games, good food and beautiful gardens to visitors.
The main attractions of theme park are Roller Coasters, Water Rides and Children Rides. The Theme park has several rides named as Balder, Helix, Lisebergbanan, Rabalder, Stampbanan, and Valkyria. The Amusement park offer access to several services like Lost Property, Left Luggage, Parking, Smoking, First Aid, Washrooms, Wi-Fi, Charging Point for mobile and Recycling.
Liseberg Amusement Park History
The theme park named after the Elisabeth Soderberg, who was the wife of the landowner Johan Anders Lamberg. The Gothenburg City acquired the property in 1908. The Liseberg bath opened on 24 November 1924 which was created by Ki Schon Anderson. The amusement park expanded by 35,000 square meters. Several artists performed at an amusement park named as Bob Marley, Led Zeppelin, The Rolling Stones, Cliff Richard, Nightwish, Delta Rhythm Boys, Toto and many more. In 1983, the symbol and mascot of the amusement park were Green-Pink Bunny.