Tivoli in Copenhagen, Denmark has received the FKF award for their newest experience, the haunted house, Villa Vendetta. 

The annual award was given by one of the most significant associations of amusement park-enthusiasts in Germany, Freundkreis Kirmes und Freizeitparks.

The horror house won the award for its spectacular scenography, the innovative story that the guests are presented with, and creating a good family experience while also delivering shocks and shivers for the teenagers.

“We are proud to receive the FKF price. Tivoli has put a lot of energy and thoughts into the preparation of Villa Vendetta, so it’s fantastic to be honored for our choice of history and design. And we are looking forward to sending shivers down the spines of even more guests,” says Rasmus Altenburg, Planning & Development Director in Tivoli.

Villa Vendetta is the largest permanent horror house with actors in Denmark. The guests travel through time through 12 different rooms with references to the present and iconic historic Tivoli characters. The horror house is 150-meters long and is spread over 800 sq.m.