Services in the park
At Liseberg we always want your visit to be as successful as possible, whatever your plans. Gathered below is some useful information on where to find things such as toilets, nursery rooms or lost property.
Handy to know
There are several ways to explore Liseberg. The Liseberg app gives you useful information before and during your visit to the park. You can see current queue times for attractions, what’s happening on our stages, and free parking spaces locally. More about the Liseberg app.
If you have questions, comments or need information, come and see us at Guest Services. You can find us at the Main Entrance, in the centre of the park and at the South Entrance. You can exchange Norwegian, Danish and euro notes here and collect ride passes for attendants. Find Guest Services.
If you realise you have lost something at Liseberg while you are still in the park, go to Guest Services. Everything that is found during the day is brought here. And if you find something that someone else has lost, we would naturally appreciate it if you could hand it in at Guest Services.
If you discover that you have lost something a few days after your visit, please contact Liseberg’s lost property department. You can reach us by phone on +46 31-733 03 50 between 07.00 and 09.00 every day or by e-mail: [email protected]. You can also visit the lost property department at the Main Entrance. The opening hours are the same as for the amusement park.
Payment in the park
Debit, credit and charge cards are accepted just about everywhere in the park. If you need to get cash, there are cash machines at various locations around the park:
- Just inside the entrances
- At Tyrolen
- Inside the Amusement Arcade
- At the entrance to Lisebergbanan
- Opposite Järnvägsrestaurangen
- At Loke
Norwegian, Danish and euro notes are accepted at entrances and ticket offices, at Guest Services and in our shops and restaurants.
Have you come to Liseberg with a lot of luggage? Just inside the Main Entrance is a staffed cloakroom and left luggage room where you can leave your cases. You can use the cloakroom all day for SEK 30 and concentrate on enjoying yourself in the amusement park. There are also storage lockers at the South Entrance and House of Mirrors that you can use.
If you drive to Liseberg there are several car parks nearby. To see current availability at nearby car parks and descriptions on how to get there we recommend that you download the Liseberg app and click on Travel.
Liseberg is a smoke-free park (includes e-cigarettes) but you are permitted to smoke in certain areas (marked with a smoking symbol).
There is a first-aid station at Guest Services in the centre of the park. You can get first aid here and rest if needed.
All washrooms in the park have nappy changing tables and accessible toilets. There is a larger accessible toilet with hoist at Guest Services in the centre of the park (sling is not provided). The following is a list of all the washrooms in the park.
|Where in the park||Type of toilet|
|Lisebergshallen Arena, north and south foyers||Unisex, toilet on south side has changing table|
|In Rabbit Land||Unisex and equipped with changing table|
|Near Hamnkrogen||Unisex and equipped with changing table|
|Near House of Mirrors||Ladies and Gents|
|Near Amusement Arcade||Unisex and equipped with changing table|
|Under Waltzer||Ladies and gents, ladies’ side also has changing table|
|Near AtmosFear||Unisex and equipped with changing table|
|Near Café Taube||Unisex|
|Near Guest Services in centre of park||Unisex and equipped with changing table, hoist and shower (sling is not provided)|
Liseberg provides free WiFi access throughout the park.
Charging your mobile
In partnership with Göteborg Energi we provide mobile phone charging points that are free to use. You can find them in the Amusement Arcade, in Liseberg Tower and at Mattorget.
There are recycling bins at various locations in the park where waste can be sorted by type: food waste, paper and plastic. With your help we can ensure the food waste is turned into biogas, and paper and plastic are recycled.