In recent years, Liseberg has focused on attractions such as the Valkyria roller coaster for a slightly older audience.
But now the kids in focus.
"This is the first time we've made a commitment to families with children, for the first time in a few years. Ebba Källeskog, we'll raid the rabbit country, and we'll reveal many new attractions.
He explains that the new initiative will include a new theater scene, a new restaurant with dog themes, and a new hidden charm.
"I can't explain a lot about the secret shooting, but I can tell you that little children and rabbits will do it.
Ebba Källeskog says he has high expectations for the new venture, explaining how he lives under the territory of the rabbits and has different strong character traits. It's like a bunny Lisen who spends the whole amusement park.
Ebba Källeskog said, "We are building rabbits and we are building characters in different rabbits, there are so many things we can get from there and the rabbit country is popular." Says.
The investment is expected to cost around 200 million SEK and will be completed in the spring of 2020 in the spring season of Lisberg.
"In April this year, even if the country is closed for reconstruction, the country of rabbit will be opened," says Ebba Källeskog.