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Liseberg is the largest amusement park in Northern Europe with rides, shows and hundreds of thousands of flowers. It was opened in 1923 in Gothenburg, Sweden. The amusement park has about 2.9 million visitors a year (2011) and has a size of 20 hectares
- Balder - A wooden roller coaster, which won the 2003 and 2005 Internet Wood Coaster Poll, a Fanauszeichnung for the best wooden roller coaster in the world.
- Rabalder - A family coaster
- Cannon - A Launched Coaster
- Lisebergbanan - An adapted to the terrain coaster
- Helix - An adapted to the terrain Launched Coaster manufacturer Mack Rides, scheduled to open in 2014.
No longer existing roller coasters
- Bergbanan - A wooden roller coaster, which until 1987 was from 1923 into operation.
- Cirkusexpressen - A family coaster ( the predecessor of Rabalder ) the manufacturer Decorators, which until 2008 was from 1977 into operation.
- Hangover - A forward and backward traveling hanging roller coaster manufacturer Vekoma, which until 2002 was from 1997.
- Lisebergs looping - A roller coaster manufacturer Schwarzkopf GmbH, which until 1995 was from 1980.
- Super 8 - A roller coaster manufacturer Schwarzkopf GmbH, which was in operation from 1966 to 1979.
As a special feature the Liseberg offers visitors three different drop tower, located on a mountain on the western part of the park.
- Atmosfear - This drop tower was built from the beginning of the 80 - year observation tower " Liseberg Torget " the park, which was rebuilt between 2010 and 2011 to a free-fall tower.
- Höjdskräcken - This 60 meter high drop tower only works with compressed air cylinders and has no eddy current brake. The air cylinders carrying gondola first upward. Where the nacelle is held in place by hydraulic brakes until the pressure was reduced in the cylinders to a predetermined value. Then the hydraulic brakes are released and the gondola crashing down. The air is compressed in the cylinders, whereby the braking effect is achieved. The compressed air causes then being thrown back up the cable. This is followed by a crash back down. By selectively drain the air pressure in the cylinders, the gondola comes back to the ground.
- Uppskjutet - This 60 -meter high tower catapult that works with compressed air cylinders, shoots the gondola with passengers from the state vertically upwards. The gondola is first held with hydraulic brakes until the air cylinder have reached a certain air pressure. Once this is achieved, the hydraulic brakes are released and the gondola shoots vertically upwards. Which height is reached, the nacelle thereby, is not known. Thus, the nacelle can not strike against the upper part of the 60-meter tower, a safety margin must be present. After the cable has reached the highest point, it falls down again, whereby the air in the cylinders is compressed again, and a braking action is achieved. The compressed air causes then being thrown back up the cable. This is followed by a crash back down. By selectively drain the air pressure in the cylinders, the gondola comes back to the ground.
- Kållerado - A "Mountain Rafting " train with round boats, in each of which 9 people can sit.
- Flumeride - A flume, whose boats have the typical design of hollowed-out tree trunks.
1995-2005: Clavé, Salvador Anton: The Global Theme Park Industry. 2007, p.65