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Ticket prices are $7.00 Ages 2-99
Shows are approximately 45 mnutes long.
Limited Seating, Advance Tickets Recommended!!!
Order tickets at the bottom of this page
(or stop by the museum
, or call (503) 233-7723)
To purchase tickets on line: First select your desired show,
date, and time
, then click here to go to our shopping cart.

(Once there, choose carefully because there may be multiple show, date, and time choices.
Note: a 50 cent service fee is added to each ticket.)
(OR you can purchase tickets at the Museum in advance or on the day of the show.)

All shows are at
Ping Pong's Pint Size Puppet Museum
at the Olde World Puppet Theatre Studios,
906 SE Umatilla St, Portland, OR 97202
Reservations: (503) 233-7723
Due to our limited seating, reservations are important to guarantee you a seat.

For Reservations, call (503) 233-7723 or e-mail:
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in our intimate, affordable, and comfortable space.
We even have a hands-on puppet play area to keep folks entertained until show time.
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Page Last updated July 16, 2014

Support Oregon's First Puppet Museum!!
Performances are 35 to 45 minutes in length.
Admission is $7.00 -- Ages 3-99

No, No, No, Pinocchio
July 25th @ 7:30 pm
July 26th @ 2:00 pm
July 27th @ 4:00 pm
August 2nd @ 2:00 pm
August 3rd @ 4:00 pm
The Baby Dragon Finds a Job
Aug 15-17 & 23-24
Our Outdoor Garden Theater opens on July 25th with:
The Museum is located at 906 SE Umatilla St, Portland, OR
(Corner of 9th & Umatilla in the Sellwood district,
two blocks south of Tacoma Street)
(503) 233-7723
Trimet Bus 70 comes closest to the museum (Three blocks away)
You’ve never seen Pinocchio told quite like this. Staying close to Carlo Collodi’s original Italian story, we use our jewel-like marionettes to tell our own very Italian version. The music is by Rossini, (conducted by Toscanini) -- now that’s Italian! The puppets even enlist the aid of the puppeteers to play some of the roles. Come join us on this madcap comedy romp through the land of Pinocchio, Gepetto, Lampwick and a Blue Fairy who has to be seen to be believed.