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My Little Pony G3: Celebration Castle Playset with Music, Lights and Baby Pony Pink Sunsparkle

3.0 out of 5 stars 326 customer reviews

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  • RETIRED Generation 3 My Little Pony: Celebration Castle with Baby Pony Pink Sunsparkle.
  • Playset includes: Pink Sunsparkle pony figure + accessories.
  • Celebration Castle Includes: Working elevator, hot air balloon, spinning dance floor, hair styling vanity, toybox, kitchen, bedroom, front door that lights up and plays music.
  • Magnetic playset features can be activated by any My Little Pony figure that contains a magnet in the foot.
  • Castle accessories include: 2 Turrets, crown, heart arch, rounded arch, moat, 2 balconies, staircase, stove, bed, comb, brush, wardrobe, hanger, tutu, 2 plates, 2 tea cups, 2 forks, tea pot & more.
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Product Description

Dreams of magic castles and adorable little ponies will dance in every little girl's head after she has played with the My Little Pony Celebration Castle play set. The magnetic play set comes with a pink My Little Pony figure that activates castle features while the My Little Pony theme song plays and lights twinkle. Little girls will delight in taking their ponies to the magic toy box or to the special vanity for hair styling topped off with a crown. Adventuresome ponies can even take the elevator up to the castle roof or ride in a hot-air balloon. Imported.

"Sunsparkle" Pony's Celebration Castle requires basic construction, but putting it together with a grownup will be a fun adventure, as Pony lovers see the charming structure taking form. Once finished, "Sunsparkle" (an included and somewhat rare Pony) can happily trot around her master bedroom, vanity room, disco, kitchen, and a bathroom. Each room features furnishings or appliances that have clever innovations, such as a stove that doubles as a kitchen sink. There's also a working elevator, full-length mirror, hot air balloon, two balconies, tableware, Pony clothing, and a brush for "Sunsparkle's" mane. As a gift, a sparkling pink, child-sized crown is included. To top it all off, the castle features charming music and flashing lights on the disco dance floor! Required: 3, 1.5-volt "AA" batteries. Diane Beall

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Product Dimensions 22 x 16.2 x 8.2 inches
Item Weight 9.3 pounds
Shipping Weight 9.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ASIN B00008X353
Manufacturer recommended age 36 months - 10 years
Best Sellers Rank #873,504 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
#3,526 in Toys & Games > Dolls & Accessories > Playsets
#289,400 in Toys & Games > Preschool > Pre-Kindergarten Toys
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3.0 out of 5 stars 326 customer reviews

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By A Customer on October 26, 2003
First of all, like most of the reviews, my just 3 yr. old daughter loves the castle, but it's a parental nightmare. The elevator that is supposed to move barely does (not even worth it) and the crown for the child is a joke. It falls apart. Honestly, I just threw it away.
There are a lot of stickers for this. If you're buying this as a Christmas gift, you may want to assemble this the night before and grab your superglue because most of the "snap on" attachments just fall off. Superglue worked for us even though we find it to be a tacky alternative to the toy being made properly in the fist place.
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By A Customer on November 3, 2003
You have to be kidding me! My daughter is majorly into My little pony, so she had to have the castle for her birthday. After hours of trying to understand the misleading directions I was totally frustrated. Nothing that "snaps" into place actually snaps or stays there. Nothing that "presses" is even remotely going to stay put (that's in reference to the turrets for those of you who have one...and why are all the holes there?). Try the word set instead. Set into place maybe. Is Hasbro crazy. For $40 I shouldn't have to put on 40+ stickers while a child crys to play with it. And the crown, don't even get me started. It's flexible and comes apart at the slightest touch. Don't understand the notches next to the holes on that one either. So many problems. But what are you to do when a child wouldn't part with it for their life. Try Liquid worked for us. Just don't glue down the mote or you won't be able to change the batteries. Hasbro is getting a note on this one!
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My daughter received this castle for her third birthday and immediately had to have it assembled at the party. Each of her friends helped put it together, which was a party game in itself. I saw the sheet of stickers and quickly hid them for later when she was asleep. I didn't read any reviews before purchasing this toy, and I'm glad I didn't-they would've scared me off completely. As a parent, be prepared to spend some time adhering the numerous stickers to the various parts of the castle. Also, be aware that all of the "attachments" such as the balloon, turret, balcony, steps, etc. DO NOT snap into place. I think they were made to detach easily rather than break off with play. I went to the Hasbro website and the problems with the turret and balloon not locking into place are due to a design change. The instructions had already been printed prior to the change. So, actually the instructions are the malfunction, not the pieces. My daughter and I just put the turret and balloon on the platforms when cleaning up after play, otherwise they stay on the floor where the ponies can climb into them. My daughter absolutely loves this toy. We have never had a problem with malfunctioning music, but the crown has been taped into place since it is not really wearable anyway. The two little pieces that snap onto the top of the castle could easily be left out if they don't stay on for your child. They won't even miss them. The elevator IS stiff, so just add a little oil. Also, people in the other reviews kept mentioning the little holes in the bottom of the balloon and turret. We have decided it's for the kids to get their fingers in when they are using the little rotating disc underneath, so they can manually manipulate it. Pink Sunsparkle, the baby pony included, is a very sweet little thing. Be prepared to purchase several other ponies to add to the fun!
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First of all let me say that I have seen worse.This castle is about the quality of any of the mattel Barbie houses.We all know that when something needs to be assembled and pieces popped into place that sooner or later they will come off and have to be snapped back on,that's just the way it is.Secondly and most importantly(judging from most other reviews)the dreaded stickers.Yes there are quiet a few,however there are only 3 shapes-heart,star and circle.The good news about them is that they are made of the thicker silver holagram type material,so if a corner accidently sticks before you have centered it perfectly you can lift it back up w/out tearing the sticker.They are small and it is time consumeing(took me about 35 minutes) but there is a guide and the stickers are grouped into numbered cattagories.Assembly is also pretty basic and only took a few minutes.As for the hot air balloon, come on now.How many beach balls have you ever inflated that stayed inflated forever?That one is a given.I will say that the crown that comes with it is just plain crap!It is made of a rubbery sort of plastic and does not stay together well at all,but it really does not detract or add to the castle one way or the other.The turrets(balconies for balloon and crown) to me seem allright.They each have grooved sides that easily slide into place.I just love the music that is activated w/a pony.It plays the old MLP theme song.Some of the things that could have been better are the elevator(You just move it up and down w/your hand it could have had a handle or something to turn for movement),I also do not like the design of the spinnig dance wheel.All it is is a piece of round plastic w/a magnet to hold the pony on.It fits into a hole on the stage and you also just turn this w/your hand.Read more ›
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