Center for Puppetry Arts

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1404 Spring Street Northwest, Atlanta, GA 30309.


  • Center for Puppetry Arts

    50% off General Admission Tickets to the Center for Puppetry Arts


    Promotional value expires 05/24/2015; Limit 1 per person and 1 additional as a gift; Not valid .. read morefrom 11/17/2014 to 12/28/2014; Not valid for cash back; Not valid for use with other offers or promotions; Must be used in one visit; Please call 404.873.3391 to reserve tickets. From the Page to the Stage The Center for Puppetry Arts is just that. A Midtown mom mecca where marionette masters escalate the whimsical puppet show to levels of pure artistry. Both their original plays and their classic tales wow kids of all ages. The 2014 Family Series performances include The Very Hungry Caterpillar , Shake a Tale Feather with Mother Goose , The Headless Horsemen of Silly Hollow , and many more. Your tickets also get you entry into their museum exhibits and a Create-A-Puppet workshop where the kids make and perform with their handmade puppets. Plus, parkings a breeze (and free!) Nab this deal today, and youll be one step closer to that coveted Mom of the Year award. Upcoming Shows: Guyi-Guyi: The Other Ugly Duckling - July 22 - Aug 3, 2014 The Very Hungry Caterpillar & Other Eric Carle Favorites - Aug 5 - Aug 17, 2014 Shake a Tale Feather with Mother Goose - Aug 21- Sept 21, 2014 The Old Man & The Monkeys & Other Chinese Tales - Sept 24- Oct 5, 2014 The Wizard of Oz - Oct 8 - Oct 26, 2014 The Headless Horseman of Silly Hollow - Oct 28-Nov 9, 2014 Photos courtesy of Center for Puppetry Arts: all images property of their respective rights holders. All rights reserved .

    • Added 07/25/14 by SweetJack | Purchase by: 08/24/14
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Laura R.
I was around the area after an interview, and I decided to check out what I could do around the area for free or at a reduced cost. This was one of the...

David D.
This is one of those "great for old and young alike" museums. There was a wide array of puppets from throughout history and the world. Many of the pieces...

NerdoLoc O.
It was good. I can appreciate the art involved. My 2 sons, however, were less than entertained. I give it 3 stars because it was something they have...
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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.
Oakland Cemetery
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!
Don’t miss the Center for Puppetry Arts’ showcase of Martha Speaks. The classic children’s story about a talking dog comes to life thru puppet magic July 19-31. See the show and then make a puppet!
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rating 4.2 out of 5
Janie Sirmans
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....
Matthew Darks
The Cat in the Hat by Dr. Seuss performed by these people was AMAZING. My daughter (4) loved the show and my wife and I loved that the script for the show was the book but with added sounds and actions. I stumbled on to this place on the web and was skeptical of it until after the show. I have and w....
Ryan McDowell
This is a must go for kids of all ages. I took my son here to the Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer play that he enjoyed it! I should mention he doesn't like puppets; that's saying a lot!
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