Andersen Park : Fairy Tale House 


  • October 28 (Sat) and 29 (Sun)

    • gSwans of the Fieldh - An Andersenfs fairy-tale musical : At the Event Plaza. Märchen Hill, Twice a day.

    • "Let's take photos together in front of the H.C.Andersen Statue!" : First 100 groups. At the Märchen Hill : Afternoon only. You can get the photo on the spot for your memory.

    • Study and observation trip through the Danish Wind Mill at the Märchen Hill : First 15 arrivals (elementary-school pupils.) Twice a day

    • Tour of the living space of an early 19th century Danish farm house : At the Märchen Hill: All day while the park is open.

    •  Puppet Show : Children's Art Museum    3 times a day.

    • Cotton ginning : At the Dyeing & Weaving Atelier, Children's Art Museum. First 10 arrivals  (elementary-school pupils and under.)Twice a day.

    • Practice in plant-vein fabrication : At the Observation Atelier, Children's Art Museum. First 10 arrivals (elementary school pupils.) Twice a day. 

    • Story-reading : At the Fairy-tale Museum,  Marchen Hill. First 25 arrivals (elementary school pupils and under.) 3 times a day. 

  • October 28 (Sat) only

    • Hedge-pruning course: At the Event Square,  Marchen Hill. Practice led by specialist. First 20 arrivals. Afternoon only.


  • October 29 (Sun) only

    • Gardening class : At the Event Plaza, Märchen Hill. Practice led by specialist; First 20 arrivals (including prior applicants.) Twice a day. Flower boxes made presented as gift.

The H. C. Andersen Park is located at 525 Kanabori-cho, Funabashi City, next to the gWampaku (Kids) Park. D047-457-6627.