It was created in 1986 by Mane Bernardo y Sarah Bianchi, in order to document the activity of puppeteers. It includes over six hundred puppets which are organized on display according to their origin and technique. The museum has three rooms that show a wide variety of puppets from different parts of the world. One of the rooms is full of European and Asian representations. There you will find puppets from Czechoslovakia, Italy, England, Spain and Russia. Another room includes puppets from Latin America and the third room specifically includes Argentine puppets. There are over three hundred puppets on display. It is a magical environment that you can visit with your kids at any time of the year.
Museum open Tuesday to Fridays 10 to 12:30 & 15 a 18 hs // Saturday 10 a 13 & 15 a 18 hs - Sundays 15 a 18 hs