Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Puppet donated to Museum of America

It has been that a number of the amazing Muppets and Sesame Street crew such as Miss Piggy , Cookie Monster, Elmo, Bert, Ernie, Fozzie Bear and Kermit the frog have been  donated to the National Museum of American History in Washington. Jim Henson’s puppets and props have been donated on the anniversary of Jim Hensons Birthday. The lovely Miss Piggy will be on television  in the Early of 2014  next year and the other muppets and sesame street characters will be displayed in November. The collection won’t be on display immediately as they need to be repaired in the museum. The museum’s senior costumes keeper, Suna Park Evan., and director of The Jim Henson Legacy, Bonnie Erickson, are working together to make these repairs. can’t wait until it out to watch...!


  1. That's so interesting! The Muppets are are classic! There's a great documentary about the puppeteer for Elmo called 'Being Elmo'. You should have a watch when you are free :) Here's the trailer for you :D http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y-t7FxgbhQE

    1. Sorry the comment above is from Joshua I :)


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