Center for Puppetry Arts Free Admission: Passport to Puppetry Program

Center for Puppetry Arts free admission

I love when I have good news to share especially when it involves saving on family fun admission fee in Atlanta attractions. The Center for Puppetry Arts offers free admission via “Passport to Puppetry”. What I love about this program is that ALL Georgia libraries are participated. It’s not only Fulton county library like the Zoo Atlanta pass. So this is a great news for not only families in Fulton county but all Georgia residents.

Center for Puppetry Arts Free Admission via Passport to Puppetry

What is Passport to Puppetry:

Thanks to a new partnership between the Center for Puppetry Arts and Georgia’s Public Libraries, citizens with valid library cards can check out the Center’s new “Passport to Puppetry” at any participating public library in all 159 Georgia counties. The “Passport to Puppetry” is valid for up to four free museum admissions—a potential savings of up to $33 per family. Parties with children must include at least one adult.

Visit  www.puppet.org/museum/galibrarypassport.shtml for full details on accessing and how to use the “Passport toPuppetry,” or visit your local Georgia public library for more information. All public libraries in Georgia are participating in thisprogram.

About Center for Puppetry Arts:

Atlanta With Kids Deal: Center for Puppetry Arts Tickets

The museum at the Center for Puppetry Arts is open Tuesdays through Sundays with hours varying upon day andprogramming. In addition to four free admissions, the “Passport to Puppetry” also entitles library patrons to attend aperformance at the Center and/or participate in a Create-a-Puppet Workshop at a 25% discount, when space is available. Complete details, including valid dates, show times, hours of operation, and reservation information are available online at www.puppet.org.

We have visited the Center for Puppetry Arts in the past and my kids always love their shows and the puppet workshop. We never get tired of walking through the museum to learn about puppets from all around the world.

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