Fairy Town Train Set
Over the summer we went to a book store to celebrate Harry Potters 20th Anniversary of the first book. While the older boys were building their Lego train, my 2 little girls (1 and 3.5) sat and played with the train table. I never in my wildest dream would have thought my little girly-girl would love it as much as she did. So, since then I knew that I would try my hardest to get her a train set for Christmas. I have worked with Hammacher Schlemmer several years before this, and I saw that they carried an adorable pink train set. I reached out this year and she sent me one so I could review it for my Holiday Gift Guide.
75 Piece Fairy Town Train Set: A 75 piece train set made for kids who love to play with mythical creatures. It comes with a 36 wooden track pieces made from rubberwood and can be placed and assembled din multiple different configurations.
Comes with 36 track pieces and 39 accessories:
4 fey figures
4 fairy houses
3 train cars
A suspension bridge
A helicopter with pad and more…
I know that my girls are going to have a blast playing with their new train set. They’ll probably play for hours and most likely my 7 year old will have a blast with it too. He has a wooden train set from when he was very little and we are able to connect it to this track too! Recommended for ages 3 and up. Assembled 45″ W x 27 1/2″ D. (9 lbs.).
I can’t wait for my daughter to open her new Fairy Town Train Set on Christmas morning!
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