Comments: Christophe Zacharopoulos
As per May 2017 and from what people told me, the museum is closed for good. Maybe moved elsewhere?
(Don't wanna rate a museum i didn't see)David Tevzadze
Tbilisi Puppet Museum was founded in 1937 by the initiative of Tinatin Tumanishvili, children’s writer and teacher. It was her who donated the first collection to the museum: puppets and toys, patrimonial things and a library. Today, the museum bears her name. The museum fund reserves more than 200 expositions, including European and American antique puppets and toys, Georgian artistic and folk dolls, mechanical and musical toys.
The museum has permanent expositions as well as periodic exhibitions. A little puppet theatre and children’s art studio are also operating under the roof of the puppet museum.
The museum is open every day excluding Mondays, from 11:00 a.m. to 18:00 p.m. The museum is located in one of the oldest neighbourhoods of Tbilisi, Zemo Kala, in the corner between Baratashvili and Shavteli streets, close to the old citadel of the city and one of the oldest orthodox Christian churches – Anchiskhati.
The is a bronze statute standing in front of the museum – Berikaoba and a marionette theatre located next door (Shavteli street).ал бел
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