Located at 906 SE Umatilla St in the
historic Sellwood District of Portland, Oregon,
Portland Puppet Museum is your place to learn
about all things Puppet and let loose your inner
child. Fun for all ages!!!
(Yes, big people are always welcome)
We will be closed until Nov 24th to
install our new exhibit
Museum Admission is always FREE!!
(But we do charge for our performances and
Our pint size gift shop features American-made
as well as our book and movie. Support your
Build-a-Puppet Classes at the museum!
Yeah, Yeah, we know. The typical build-a-puppet class features paper
bag puppets with glued-on decorations. Perfect to use as a litter bag
in the car on the way home from the class. Well, not here at the
museum. We help our students make puppets that they will take home,
display proudly, and actually use. Even big people have fun in our
Click here for details
The Museum is located at 906 SE Umatilla St,
(Corner of 9th & Umatilla in the Sellwood district,
two blocks south of Tacoma Street)
Trimet Bus 70 comes closest to the museum (Three
Click here to put your name on our e-mail list. Each week or so, Ping Pong
up to date on the latest happenings at his Puppet Museum, the first and
only one in Oregon.
No Spam - and we don't sell or share your name with anyone!!!
How about a Field Trip to the museum!
Planning a field trip for Seniors, home schoolers, scouts or
other groups? Schedule a visit and have the museum all to
yourselves, mornings and during any hours on days that we
are closed. Your group will receive a more personalized
experience and the tour can be adapted to fit your special
needs. (Workshops include instructor & materials fees)
Click here for details
We've assembled lots of our videos in one place for
More will be added as time goes by. Recent additions
include No,No, Pinocchio" and "Silbert & Gullivan's -
Click here to see what we have ready for you.
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Page Last updated , March 20 2017
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History of Our Building
Our building has been in continual use since way back
around the turn of the century - no not this one, the
last one. This picture was taken around 1900. To learn
more about the building, click here.
Portland Puppet Museum
We were just on a segment of "Portland Today" on
Click Here to watch on our facebook page.