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Center For Puppetry Arts
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1404 Spring St NW Atlanta, GA 30309
1404 Spring Street NorthwestUSGeorgiaAtlanta30309
(404) 873-3391puppet.org
Non-Profit Organization, Performing Arts Theater
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Today 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
Monday ClosedTuesday 9:00 am – 3:00 pmWednesday 9:00 am – 3:00 pmThursday 9:00 am – 3:00 pmFriday 9:00 am – 3:00 pmSaturday 9:00 am – 5:00 pmSunday 11:00 am – 5:00 pm
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"The permanent exhibit was fascinating and surprisingly interactive."
"Just saw Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer."
"The puppet show was awesome my 5 year old daughter loved it."
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Nathan Harris
6 months ago
I went to the Center For Puppetry Arts with my girlfriend near the end of their Jim Henson ode. It was absolutely charming. From the outside and by the parking lot, you expect the museum to be nothing too special, a bit shabby and run-down -- but once you get inside, those preconceptions just wash away. Everything was so well done, with a splash of whimsy that brought me back to feeling like a kid. The permanent exhibit was fascinating and surprisingly interactive. HIGHLY recommended!
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Jessie Alabama
5 months ago
RMy kids (4 & 9 years) love the puppet shows here we've seen a few and it's always a good experience for them. They lived the build a puppet workshop too that is included in the ticket price. You have to buy the tickets ahead of time or they will most likely be sold out though. The museum is not really impressive I wish they had more fun and interactive activities in it also some of the puppets are a little creepy so they scared my 4 year old but still a good and fun thing to do with kids
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Paige Levin
11 months ago
If you're looking for a creative activity for kids (or adults who are kids at heart), Center for Puppetry Arts is awesomeness tied up with a bow. They offer a range of activities including: theatrical performances, puppet making classes, and exhibit space to learn more about puppetry. Their Jim Henson show was the bomb. Be sure to book tickets in advance because shows can sell out due to the popularity. #Atlanta #Theater #HandArts #Puppetry #KidAtHeart
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Carly Pressman
a year ago
Great theater! I love the exhibits and the puppets here! My personal favorite shows are Cinderella Della Circus and Duke Ellington's Cat, wish they brought those back because they were AMAZING!
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Phoenicia Malcom
5 months ago
We took my daughter to see "The True Story About the Three Little Pigs by Adolf Wolf." Which in my personal opinion is much funnier than the original. When you first come in, it has a museum set up that you can look at and some interactive games for kids. The theater was small and they used regular metal folding chairs which was ok, but not comfortable for long time sitting. The acting was so entertaining. The props were excellent they drew the kids and us adults in to the performance. It was very engaging. My daughter loved it she couldn't be still. Afterwards, you got to go upstairs and build your own wolf puppet which was just a bonus.
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Deborah Scott
2 weeks ago
Very cool place to check out with younger kids and people with an interest or curiosity in puppets.
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MsBee Anderson
a year ago
Very very easy to get there on marta. Only a 10 minute walk from arts center train station. The people there were very very nice. Very helpful and polite. The puppet show was awesome my 5 year old daughter loved it. Afterwards she got to make her own puppet which was really cool and was included in our ticket price. They have a museum which is very scary and not for kids at all. My daughter almost cried, that and the fact that they don't have a place that sells food inside is the reason it didn't get all the stars. Also the restrooms were very clean and kid friendly
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Janie Sirmans
a year ago
Just saw Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer. It was the perfect way to kick off the Christmas season. The children were mesmerized and the adults were completely impressed and amazed. This was well worth the cost of admission. My daughter is 10 years old. She can't wait to see the next show. This is a must see.

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