Playmobil Take Along Modern Doll House 5167

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Enjoy some fun on the go with the Playmobil Take Along Modern Doll House playset 5167. This take-along case with latch opens up to reveal a two-story house with four fully furnished rooms.

  • Take-along case opens to reveal a 2-story house with 4 rooms
  • Kitchen, living room, bathroom, and bedroom fully furnished
  • Playmobil figures can bend, sit, stand, and turn their heads
  • Encourages children to explore and learn while having fun
  • Includes 3 figures, 2 dogs, baby bottle, highchair, and more

Families can gather for a home-cooked meal in the kitchen with table, chair, oven, pots and pans, food, dishes, and more. Or, they can enjoy some evening entertainment in the living room with two chairs, coffee table, television, television stand, and other accessories. When bedtime comes, Playmobil figures can be tucked into the two beds and cradle. The bathroom comes equipped with a bathtub, toilet with toilet paper dispenser, sink with mirror, and brush.

This playset also includes three figures, two dogs, a baby bottle, highchair, and other accessories. Recommended for children aged 4 to 10 years old.

The miniature worlds of Playmobil encourage children to explore and learn while having fun. Children's imaginations are transported to medieval times with the Playmobil Castle to the adventurous seas with Playmobil Pirates, and many other themed playworlds. The figures can bend, sit, stand, and turn their heads to make realistic role-play possible.