Passport to Puppetry
From the Page to the Stage: Discover Puppetry...Discover Literature! The Center for Puppetry Arts opened to the public on September 23, 1978, when Kermit the Frog and his creator Jim Henson cut the ceremonial ribbon. Today it is the largest American non-profit organization solely dedicated to the art of puppet theater. For more information visit http://www.puppet.org.
How it Works
- This pass will admit four (4) people to the Center for Puppetry Arts Museum at no charge OR
- 25% Off an All-Inclusive Ticket, which includes a Family Series Performance, A Create-A-Puppet Workshop, and the Museum. Use code LIBRARY, when pre-purchasing an All-Inclusive ticket online in advance of your visit. An All-Inclusive Ticket is for one person.
- This pass can be checked out at the library circulation desk. Pass not available for holds.
- Check out period is one week (7 days) with the option of one renewal. Late fee is $3/day.
- Restrictions: This pass is valid only for museum admission; it is not valid for events, tours, or performances.
- Replacement Cost: $50.
- Visitors using the library passport must make a reservation in advance of their proposed visit. Schedule your reservation by calling 404-873-3391.
- For COVID safety protocol information please visit https://puppet.org/covid-protocols/.