Top toy shops in Paris region
Traditional wooden toys, premium toys, on-trend toys, educational toys, eco-friendly toys… We have chosen five shops in the Paris region where you can find the perfect gifts to delight all ages.
Au Nain Bleu: traditional and premium toys
A legend of the toy world, Au Nain Bleu has been making children happy since 1836. You will be amazed by the magnificent windows, the rocking horses, the dolls’ houses, the dressing-up costumes and the sweet teddies behind the reputation of the company and its craftsmen.
Pain d'épices, toys from yesteryear
Nestled in the heart of the charming Jouffroy walkway, a stone’s throw from the Grévin Museum, the lovely Pain d’épices toy shop has been delighting young and old alike for over 50 years. People come here to admire the magnificently animated windows, to discover the soft cuddly toys, to find the princess or pirate costume they have been longing for, or to marvel at the multitude of small miniature objects created especially for the shop. Enough to complete the decoration of the prettiest dolls’ houses!
Le ciel est à tout le monde: for little ones
A fish-shaped sleeping bag for a newborn, a rattle for a budding musician, a wooden play kitchen for a future pastry chef, a tricycle for a little daredevil… Le ciel est à tout le monde sells decor and accessories, early-learning games and role-play games: we think big when it comes to our little ones!
Si Tu Veux (Jouer): learn through play
The two giant wooden bears at the entrance set the tone: here children are in charge and all they need to do is have fun. Tucked away in the heart of Galerie Vivienne, the small Si Tu Veux boutique has a vintage sense of charm, giving pride of place to early-learning games following the approaches taken by Montessori and Steiner-Waldorf. This year, they have a fun double-sided maze, huge cards to play as a family, soft fabric cubes to stack and more… Long live playtime!
Bonhomme de Bois: natural toys
Reconnect with your inner child at the six Bonhomme de Bois boutiques in Paris and the surrounding region. Here, they like giving children a love of wooden toys that can be kept and will age over time, plus a love of puzzles and pedal cars. This year, music is in the spotlight with the Olga wooden piano, the giant fire engine with its rotating latter, and the skittles that our adorable little ones will enjoy knocking down over and over again.
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