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New Museum opening this Fall!
Current exhibits closed on 5/24/15.




2015-16 Season

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2014-15 Individual Museum Tours


Puppetry Faces and Places
This in-depth look at the Centerís permanent collection takes you on a journey across the continents to learn about the many global traditions of puppetry. Includes an activity sheet for children.

TOURS:
Tues - Fri @ 1pm; Sat @ 12pm

Recommended for all ages

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Behind the Scenes
Ever wonder how we create puppet magic? This tour gives you a special behind-the-scenes peek at the Center. You’ll visit our puppet building workshop, scene shop, and more!

TOURS:
Sat & Sun @ 2pm

Recommended for ages 7 & up

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2014-15 Group Museum Tours
For groups of 10 or more. Group tours are scheduled by appointment and must be scheduled and purchased at least 2 weeks in advance.



Puppeteer Fit
Being a puppeteer requires balance, strength, and flexibility. Learn how to become “puppeteer-fit” by practicing the motions used in performance on this adventure through the Museum.

Recommended for Pre-K - 3rd Grade

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Exploring Stories: A Puppetry Point of View
Learn about character, setting, plot, and theme in this look at five classic stories that have been adapted for the puppet stage.

Recommended for 2nd - 3rd Grade

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A Peek at Puppetry
Discover highlights of puppetry traditions from around the world and the history of the art form.

Recommended for 6th Grade - Adult


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Contact Us
Ticket Sales Office
tickets@puppet.org
Phone: 404.873.3391
Fax: 404.873.9907

Ticket Office Hours:
Mon-Fri: 9am-4:30pm
Sat: 9:30am-5pm
Sun: 12pm-5pm





Accessory Box with Costumes and Heads; China. Permanent Collection.





Pre-Columbian Clay Figures made by the Huasteca people in Mexico; c. 1200-1500. Permanent Collection.





Mushrooms made by Basil Milovsoroff; c. 1955. Permanent Collection.