NUKU (Puppet) Museum

At NUKU (Puppet) Museum, the permanent exhibition starts at the very beginning!
You can touch air and see what we do with water, fire, and land here. The five best-known doll types (marionette, glove doll, stick doll, desk doll, and body doll) have each been given their own room and stage where they can tell their story and introduce the characteristics of each type.

You can try on costumers and wigs in the actors' wardrobe, build stage designs at the theatre artists' magic table, and try the weights that stage masters have to lift. Come and play with dolls that require several people working together to move them.

Our theatre dolls are waiting for you to make them come to life!

At NUKU (Puppet) Museum, the permanent exhibition starts at the very beginning!
You can touch air and see what we do with water, fire, and land here. The five best-known doll types (marionette, glove doll, stick doll, desk do

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  • interesting

    The location is very central. its hard to miss. its not got a lot of activities for kids.and that too older kids will enjoy more. the costume room is very sweet. kids can try out costumes.their...

  • Creepy but cool

    There were a few experimental interactive art pieces which were fun to play around on, and the actual puppets themselves were pretty creepy.

  • A Must Visit For Families With Young Chikdren!

    Buy tickets in advance as the shows here get sold out quickly. This is a theatre and interactive puppetry museum so you can easily spend 2 hours here. The puppet show was in Estonian but this...


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