One can park the car at the museum (the Bangert museum and its park are located next to the museum as well). If we have to mention one favourite in this city, this is the one. The first room was a bit dissapointing to us, as this was meant for childres, from then on it only got better. With ajoining work shop, private theater with regular preformances and stations to try oneself. Opened in 2005 and houses the extensive collection of Karl-Heinz Rother, now owned by Rhineland-Palatinate. A 600 m² permanent exhibition about the world of figure theatre, different kinds of puppets theatres from all over the world and the range of the figure theater 20th century in Germany are exhibited, the development from popular entertainment to the independent theatre genre as well as TV puppet theatre. Among the exhibited objects: the original Hohnsteiner Kasper of Max Jacob, the Hänneschen Theatre from Cologne, productions of Carl Schroeder, the functional Fliwatüüt, the entire three editions of the TV production Robbi, Bo and the Fliewatüüt (built and portrayed by Albrecht Roser, Friedrich Arndt, Rudolf Fischer) and much more. Yearly a variety of changing exhibitions (in 2008 it was Astrid Lindgren and the work of Professor Albrecht Roser).
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