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Melissa & Doug Medieval Castle Indoor Corrugate Playhouse (Over 5 Feet Tall)
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- Roomy and sturdy 5-foot-tall indoor castle playhouse made of extra thick and sturdy cardboard with vibrant, full-color exterior artwork
- Flag holds front gate open; windows on every side; doors in turrets open and close
- Playful details include ivy-covered stone walls, torches, and banners and flags adorned with Dragons
- Extra big for multiple kids to play and to fortify imaginations
- Ages 3+; 52" x 21.5" x 4" pig; 34" x 63.5" x 32" assembled
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A Castle Fit for a King or Queen
Set the stage for royal adventures with this large, sturdy corrugate castle! Your royal highness will surely enjoy all the majestic details, including working doors and gate, windows on all four sides, and beautifully rendered artwork. The space is roomy enough for multiple kids to collaboratively create their own little kingdom.
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There’s plenty of room for royal adventures and to fortify imaginations in this roomy and exciting castle! The large, extra thick and sturdy cardboard playhouse with turrets and flags towers more than five feet tall. The castle exterior is covered with vibrant, incredibly detailed full-color artwork. Packed with playful details, such as ivy-covered stone walls, banners, flags, and torches, the playhouse includes doors and a gate that open and close, windows on all four sides, and lots of fire-breathing dragons! Kids two and older will find this fortress perfect for imaginative play for years to come!
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Made for a cardboard castle but I do feel that it took way longer then it should have to put together. My husband spent 2 hours on Christmas setting this up with not very detailed instructions. I also feel it's a bit over priced for what you get, but my kids enjoy it and I would purchase again.
This toy, or rather, "indoor playhouse" is really just an intricate cardboard box. Make no mistake, my kids aren't above playing with a good cardboard box. The difference is when our old Amazon shipping boxes get beat up we can just put them in our bin for recycling. Not sure how I'll feel about tossing *this* cardboard box in the bin. That's something parents really need to consider when shopping for this toy. Are you willing to part with a toy that can be reduced to rubble in a matter of minutes that costs over forty-USD (at the time this review was written)?
We've had the Medieval Castle setup in our basement for about two weeks and though I've taken great pains to remind my kids that the castle isn't quite as sturdy as a real castle I can already see some good signs of wear. The sliding door, in particular, has worn poorly. The door is held in the open position by two strips of folded cardboard. This works about as well as you'd expect for a few days but has totally failed to be able to hold the door up at all now.
The fate of this castle really just resides in my kids (2.5 and 4.5) now. Kids will be kids and I know that when they have friends over to play things will inevitably turn for the worse (for the castle).
Assembly is another area I'll touch on. To put it succinctly, if you're not a fan of toys requiring assembly skip this castle! There's at least an hour of folding cardboard and tucking little strips and flaps of cardboard through slits and slots. The instructions are pretty good, not quite Ikea quality diagrams with the ability to translate intricate steps into easy to understand diagrams. Some folds will have you looking at the instruction booklet several times. But the net result comes together pretty well and looks impressive!
I'll finish by saying that my two boys adore this castle! They love crawling in and out of the castle gate and building other structures with our toys leading to the castle. So hence the high rating. For sheer enjoyment from the kids, this toy is worth it. Use your judgment and experience with your kids to determine if this is worth purchasing or skipping.