The Portland Puppet Museum will be closed from August 25 through mid-September to change out exhibits and prepare for the fall season of workshops and shows! Stay tuned for more details.
The Portland Puppet Museum (PPM) opened in May 2012 in the Sellwood neighborhood of Portland, Oregon. It is one of only a few museums in the nation dedicated to the history and preservation of the art of puppetry.
PPM has featured over 50 different exhibits in the past decade. Each exhibit showcases between 200 and 400 puppets of all sizes and kinds, plus puppet memorabilia from around the world.
The survival of the exhibit hall is dependent on ticket sales for workshops, live performances, and donations. PPM also performs at events such as the Italian Festival, Robin Hood Festival, and at local shopping centers and schools. We also run interactive and educational outreach programs such as Senior Tours, homeschool, and Boy Scout and Girl Scout organizations.
The exhibit hall is open year-round, Thursday through Sunday, from 2 p.m. to 8 p.m.