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The Center for Puppetry Arts' mission is to touch lives through the art of puppetry. .
A magical place!
It looks closed due to construction of the new museum wing, but it isn't. Guyi-Guyi: the Other Ugly Duckling is a lovely and sweet! Go see it, now, while it is playing.
Spend a day at the CENTER of the Puppet Universe! See a show! Make a puppet! Visit Center for Puppetry Arts! http://budurl.com/hyww
Impressive kids’ shows, adults-only plays, puppet-making workshops, and interactive exhibits go down in one of the country’s premier puppet centers which displays some of Jim Henson’s original puppets
Ask for your puppet kit to go on the way out; you can avoid a crowd of school kids if you go on a weekday.
There's FREE parking but get there early before it fills up.
It opened to the public on September 23, 1978 and Kermit the frog cut the ceremonial ribbon.
Check for online coupons before you go!
Cat in the hat was awesome.
Use your Atlanta City Saver coupons here to receive a free guided museum tour when a second is purchased or receive $10 off one family membership.
Catch Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer, a show based on the classic television special.
Free admission Thursdays 1 to 3 pm!!!
The Center for Puppetry Arts is a unique cultural treasure - a magical place where children and adults are educated, enlightened and entertained.
The Jim Henson musuem is legendary.
Midtown's Center for Puppetry Arts features shows, puppet-making and tours. Adult shows complement the children's performances.
Tip: military do not get in free, they do receive a discount on museum admission.
Check in special - get $2 off next ticket purchase
I hear SPACE is amazing! We are headed there Thursday!
Free museum day every Thursday between 1-3pm. Grants you access to the museum exhibits for free.
First Saturday of each month is free museum day for Fulton County residents. Additional cost if you would like to attend a show or the workshop.
Every performance is amazing! We visit about 6 times a year!
Go here see a show...you WONT regret it...
Their puppetry rendition of Rudolph is a must. Like the Burl Ives classic. Go to the first show as it gets much crowded later. Make puppets after upstairs. Get tickets online early. It sells out!
The museum here is 1 of the cities hidden gems.
Take advantage of the free art projects! So fun!
Military get in free!
Happy Smithsonian Museum Day! Sept 24. Come to the Center and enjoy our incredible museums for FREE!
Don't miss the Create a Puppet workshop after every show. It's included in your ticket and kids love it-and gives them a puppet to relive the show at home.
For adults, consider checking out eXperimental Puppetry Theater to see some really innovative puppetry and storytelling.
Rudolph is amazing!
Puppets aren't just for kids! Be sure to check out their adult focused shows too. A highlight every year and must see is the Ghastly Dreadfuls performance in October. Booyah!
Anyone from age two to 82 will love the Jim Henson galleries – who can resist a cuddle with Big Bird? Reserve ahead for puppet shows; tickets go fast.
Founded in 1978 by Vincent Anthony, it's the nation’s largest organization dedicated to the art form of puppetry. Kermit the Frog and his creator Jim Henson cut the ceremonial ribbon at the opening.