Wednesday, September 21, 2011


                     Jelling Stone Museum 
              Now Open in Solvang Village            
   A family event for the young and the young at heart

Friday, Saturday &Sundays
3:30PM  & 4:30PM and by reservation.
Call: 805 686 2409
“Andrew, the Jelling Stone Seeker” is a fantasy, interactive, experience which begins from the moment guests enter the museum. Historically Jelling Stones are ancient Danish ruin stones dating back to the 10th century in Jelling, Denmark. Come meet Santo Cervello the artist and the artistic creator of the museum as he tells the story of “Andrew the Jelling Stone Seeker,” a nine year old boy who lives his dream. Guests will first enter the white blue room and sit on the silver benches where the drama presentation takes place. Next we journey to the museum with its dark blue ceiling and red pathway floor that leads to the mirror. We climb up the painted canvas stairs, enter the blue glass room and open the magical box. Welcome to Andrew’s Dream.
Visitors, both young and old, must follow the safe and rocky pathway where we meet the Lamplighter, Soro Queen of the Garbage Lane and then everyone receives a silver map hidden within the magic box. “Come and play in the land of the imagination,” said Cervello. “Come experience the magical beauty of Solvang.”    
Tickets are $10. Maximum Audience: 39 guests.
Program length: 35 minutes.
Location: The Jelling Stone Museum at 439 2nd Street across from Theatrefest.                                             
To book call: Grace at 805  686-2409 or email: