The elaborate Estonian Theatre for Young Audiences has been a staple of local entertainment since 1952. Theatre performs for children of all ages, and is also active in producing non-puppet performances for all ages. It also houses an extensive, high-tech museum that deals with puppet theatre history and pretty much anything else related to the 'puppet-verse'. Performances are in Estonian, but small children of any language can still be thrilled by the fun characters on display. Enjoy performances at the new Ferdinand Theatre and a quick bite at their café.
Look behind the scenes of the fascinating world of puppetry. This interactive museum is fun and educational for the whole family. Visitors can try their hand at being an actor, director, artist, or stage master. Exhibitions feature masks, stage sets,