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Dyrehavsbakken [ dy ː ʀəhɑu̯sbɑgən ] (Danish Dyrehave " Tiergarten ", bakke "hill", short form: Bakken ) is an amusement park in the Natural Park Jægersborg Dyrehave on the outskirts of the Danish capital Copenhagen.

The park was opened in 1583 with the discovery of a natural source, making it the oldest existing theme park in the world. By the time settled due to the large influx visitors more and more business and in the course of the centuries, Bakken developed into a mixture of classic and modern rides. Among the attractions is the 1932 commissioned in Rutschebanen one of Europe's oldest wooden roller coasters. The web had by 2010 also has the special feature that it has been driven by a brakeman.

The park has no entrance fee, but requires for each journey priced individually and so comes with approximately 2.7 million visitors annually directly behind the Tivoli Copenhagen in second place of the Danish visitors favor. Among locals, the park is a meeting place for young and old not least because of the favorable conditions for Danish restaurants.