Stromboli's Caravan is Stromboli's home and theatre in Pinocchio. In the film, the showman Stromboli is passing through the village. J. Worthington Foulfellow and Gideon take Pinocchio there to sell him to the puppet master, who locks him in a birdcage. Pinocchio is rescued by the Blue Fairy.
Albert Hurter originally drew sketches of the theatre as a building rather than a caravan. Gustaf Tenggren's inspirational sketches were based on this design, and, though this version of the theatre was not used in the film, it provided the basis for the exterior and entrance of the Pinocchio ride in Disneyland.
- There are two caravans while being pulled by one horse.
- The first caravan where Stromboli sits to control his horse is the stage, the second one is his house where he also count gold coins, and where he locks Pinocchio in a birdcage.
- In the 2022 live-action remake of Pinocchio his caravans were inspired by railway cars one of them looks like a caboose which was used as a stage.
- Stromboli's horse look similar to The Headless Horseman's horse.
- In the caravan Stromboli owns a variety of puppets they he used to perform some that are in good condition, some that are broken, and some that he used for firewood to burn with.
- Robin Allan, "Walt Disney and Europe" (Indiana University Press, Indiana, 1999) ISBN 0-253-21353-3