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Hours:Varies
Ages:Toddlers, Kids
In/Outdoor:Indoor
Cost:$$ see below
Category:Theaters
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puppet showplace theater photoThe Puppet Showplace Theatre is a perfect place to introduce your children to the world of make believe. Puppets of all kinds are part of wonderfully imaginative shows.

Shows start at 10:30 am and 3:00 pm and are recommended for children four and older. Preschoolers ages 3-6 get to see shows especially for them on Tuesdays at 10:30am; a lifesaver when you need a morning of entertainment.

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Note:
Popular shows tend to sell out early. Reservations are recommended. If you happen to miss a show, there is a nifty toy store called No Kidding, a few streets up on 19 Harvard Street. (617) 739-2477)

Workshops and Programs:
We offer workshops, classes, summer programs, and training opportunities to both children and adults, and we partner with local and emerging artists to develop new and innovative puppetry productions.

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$16 - $18/General Admission, and $12.50 - $14.50/for PST members

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www.puppetshowplace.org

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32 Station Street, Brookline, MA map
Phone: 617-731-6400

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  • You can get two Puppet Showplace Theatre tickets for the price of one with the MassValuePass.
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