Unusual Toy Shops in the UK


The unusual children's department store "Honeyjam" is located at 2 Blenheim Cres, in the Notting Hill area. The toy shop is located east of the intersection of Westway and Ladbroke Grow. Its creators and owners are parents of seven children, so they know exactly what little customers need.

Locals have long dubbed "Honeyjam" a treasure trove, a hundred easily explained when shopping. The assortment impresses with a combination of classics, antiquity and excellent product quality. It is impossible to leave here without shopping. Jasmine and Hani, the owner spouses, have equipped the halls with all kinds of goods:

  • Warships and pirate ships;
  • Princess Castles;
  • Doll houses;
  • Teddy bears;
  • Puppet theater heroes;
  • Cars, constructors.

The store's collection contains rare items made at the beginning of the 20th century.

Mystical fairies

Large gaming complex located at 12 Flask Walk, NW3 1HE in the city center between Oxford, Reading, Colchester and Canterbury. Get off at Hampstead Station. The department store caters more to girls than boys. All sellers of the trading floor are dressed up in fairy-tale characters - fairies, princesses, butterflies. The favorite of all generations is the famous Tinker Bell, which showered guests with magic dust.

Young customers can pick up fashionable outfits - smaller copies of dresses from Dior, Versace, Lagerfeld. Skilled craftsmen make fabulous makeup and face painting. Tourists buy the trendiest toys and accessories:

  • Dolls, houses, baby-born dolls;
  • Theatrical costumes;
  • Old English books;
  • Tea sets;
  • Game development kits.

The assortment is represented by such firms as Fisher Price, Tinylove, Lego, Hasbro, Monster-High, Littlest PetShop.

Science Museum Shop

The Science Museum Shop can be found at Exhibition Rd, SW7 2DD, South Kensington. You need to go to South Kensington station. The Albert Hall, the Art Gallery and the Victoria and Albert Museum are nearby. Opening hours - from 10.00 to 18.00 every day, except for Christmas, admission is free.

The Science Store Museum has 7 floors with a glass roof. The exposition is 10,000 rare items from the field of science and technology. Each floor is decorated in accordance with a specific theme. Among the exhibits are chips and mechanisms of watches, automobile engines, ships, helicopters. On the ground floor, you can buy your favorite items:

  • Radio-controlled aircraft;
  • Voice transformers;
  • Microscopes of the last century;
  • Telescopes, telescopes;
  • Designers of motors, engines.

The collection has been collected from exhibitions, fairs and royal galleries for 150 years. A telephone is installed next to each item, from which you can find out information about the instance.


The Trotters shopping and entertainment complex at 34 King's Street, SW3 is a whole children's kingdom. Located in Richmond, Sloane Square subway. The British know the peculiarities of the "Trotter Bazaar", which appeared in the middle of the 19th century. Then a wealthy landowner allocated the street to the wives, daughters and widows of soldiers who died in the Napoleonic wars. The women traded in handicrafts, but the area soon became popular with parents.

Today "Trotters" is a huge building on Korolevskaya Street, offering tourists and locals a good range of goods:

  • Brand toys;
  • Stylish clothes and shoes;
  • Rare souvenirs;
  • Toy replicas of cars;
  • Teaching aids, books.

It is not necessary to make purchases here - any toys are allowed to play for an unlimited time in specialized rooms.

Other toys and goods stores in London

  • Traditional Toys - Godfrey Street, SW3. Traditional goods without bells and whistles, but perfect quality;
  • Early Learning Center - 74 Kensington High-Street. Department store with educational games for the little ones;
  • "Catimini" - 52a South Molton Street, W1. Contains an expensive premium assortment;
  • "Compendia Traditional Games" - 11 The Markets, Greenwich, DLR Cutty Sark. Board games for teenagers;
  • "Slam City Skates" - 16 Neal's Yard, WC2, Covent Garden. Sports goods for children, bicycles, skateboards, skates.

Shopping tour to London often becomes a dream for women. Children do not have to be bored while mothers try on outfits, they can be taken to one of London's toy stores - emotions are provided for the whole family.

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