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  • About the project

    The Museum of Puppetry was opened in the Ljubljana Castle back in 2015. The museum is part of a multifaceted project dubbed 'Ljubljana Castle – Museum and Presentation of Puppets’ that, in addition to exhibiting Slovenian puppets, establishes the systematic care to maintain the cultural values of Slovenian puppetry heritage. Visitors are most interested in the permanent exhibition above the Estates Hall of the Ljubljana Castle, where space is devoted to the great puppetry artists and their heroes, and where visitors have an opportunity to learn about the most important milestones in Slovenian puppetry history as well as various puppetry techniques. After viewing the exhibition, visitors can try their hand at puppetry skills themselves in the Castle Theatre, in which puppet performances based on revised versions of original puppet theatre are staged. From the Krek Square, the Puppet Path leads along the funicular railway to both the exhibition space and the Castle Theatre. With its mechanically operated puppet scenes, the Puppet Path is an artistic installation that symbolically links the two participating institutions – the Ljubljana Puppet Theatre and the Ljubljana Castle – bringing together the exhibition and the theatre profession, and inviting visitors to visit the Museum of Puppetry,  which addresses a broad target audience, revitalises the capital’s cultural offer, and encourages the development of cultural tourism with its educational-interactive content.

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