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, costumes, props, and puppets of all shapes and sizes. Step 70 years back in time and watch old performances and meet the people who used to work at the Puppet Theatre using the Time Machine. Performances can be enjoyed in the Ferdinand Hall from September to June.
Open 10:00 - 18:00. Closed Mon.
Price/Additional InfoAdmission €8, reduced €5, family €20. From January 01, 2024: admission €9, reduced €6, family €20. Booking of games, workshops and guided tours for groups should be done at least seven days in advance.
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-