Some of New York’s most famous storytellers from the Hans Christian Andersen Storytelling Center bring to life exciting fairy and folk tales and fantastic adventures from Scandinavia and the far north.

Enchanting Tales from Norway

Did you know, long ago the bear had the longest and biggest tail in the forest?  Have you ever seen a pancake rolling along, singing a song?  Storyteller & musician Navida Stein tells two Norwegian favorites,  Why the Bear has a Stumpy Tail and The Pancake and the Pig. LuAnn Adams will enchant children with a Norwegian “Cinderella” tale.

About the Hans Christian Andersen Storytellers

Since 1957, on Saturdays during the summer, New York City’s children have clustered around the Hans Christian Andersen statue near Conservatory Pond in Central Park to hear his and others’ fairytales, folk stories, and stories told by a dedicated group of professional storytellers.

When the weather turns cooler, the Hans Christian Andersen Storytellers bring their tales to Scandinavia House.

Saturday Morning Storytelling at Scandinavia House is made possible in part by support from DeWitt Stern Group, Inc.



SAT—3-12—11 AM
free, Ages 5+