The main part of the Puppetry Centre comprises the musuem of theatre puppets, which uses puppets, words and pictures to tell the story of the history of Estonian and world puppetry.
The museum has a room for world puppets, with displays of puppets from the four corners of the globe that use very different technology. In addition to the museum there are also puppet masters' workshops.
Did you know...? - One of the innovative solutions the Puppet Theatre uses is information screens based on the multitouch system, which will be familiar to iPhone users.
Children aged 3 or younger are admitted free.
Despite the fact the Nuku Puppet Theatre is being rebuilt (reopens November 2016), we Were given a warm welcome at the excellent museum adjacent. The exhibits paint a fabulously rich picture of the...
NUKU theatre museum gives an interesting view to puppetry and puppetry in Estonia. Lots of different style puppets, scenography and information about puppetshows in Estonia from 70's to now-a-days...
Interesting find in a lovely area of Tallinn. Staff were super helpful and some displays were pretty cool. Check it out if you have time to kill :)