Once you enter inside, you are transported to another world – the world of toys. When I went inside I became a child myself and wanted all the toys for me. They have a huge bus model inside and it is stuffed with stuff toys.
The store is divided into different sections. The ride on section has all the ride on toys like tricycle, cars, bikes etc. Next to it is the section for babies – which has toys from 0-2 years. Then there is a section on water toys, this section also has bath toys for children some of which are put in a water tank demo. Then there is a section for blocks and other educational toys. They have wooden toys and traditional Hamleys toys are my favourite – I loved the wooden bus and a wooden top. There is a huge section for soft toys and some of them can perform various actions. My child loved the mouse who kept rolling inside the ball. There is a huge section for Barbie dolls and doll houses. There is a section for DIY kits and science experiments.
They also have a huge range of bubble toys and I bought one and my child loved it totally. Then on one side of the store is a section dedicated to automobiles. You will get car, truck, buses, aeroplanes, drones etc. of all sizes and all kinds. They have a huge track to drive cars also on which a staff member is giving demo of big cars, if you request you can also play with it for some time.
In the nutshell, the toy store has basically everything that you can think of when it comes to toys. The store is abuzz with activity and once you are inside the time flies.
There is no negative as such in the store, but I found the toys in the store a little expensive. There is seldom any discount on the items. Once I saw Fisher Price’s Mega Blocks and my child loved it, I was about to buy it but my husband checked on internet and found a better deal on Amazon. So it is better to check it online once before you buy it.
It is a great place to visit and to spend time with or without your kid. Do visit it, even if you just want to window shop and you will see the child in you come alive. I recommend it without even an iota of doubt.
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