Where are you located?

Our store is in the heart of the Greenwood neighborhood in the North of Seattle, WA. We are now right on 85th street between Palatine and 1st ave.


Please click this link for directions.

What are your hours?

Monday - Thursday 9:30 am to 7:00 pm  
Friday 9:30 am to 8:00 pm  
Saturday 9:00 am to 7:00 pm  
Sunday 9:00 am to 6:00 pm  

What sort of toys do you carry?

We have Seattle’s largest selection of classic, hands-on, and fun educational toys that inspire creativity, resourcefulness, and ingenuity. From old-school spinning tops to high-tech science kits, we have the wise and the whimsical. We have aisles full of Arts & Crafts, Musical Instruments, Children’s Books, Wooden Trains... so many toys to choose from!

What’s your return policy?

Please click this link for full details.

Can I order toys online?

Not at this time. We hope you can visit us in Greenwood soon.

Ok, can I at least look at your toys online?

We’re sorry. We figure if people can see the toys, they'll be more disappointed that they can’t order them online. Because our toys are awesome.

Do you carry toys that are made in the USA?

 We do!  Mention it when you visit one of our locations, and we’ll be delighted to share our list with you. Some of our toys are made right here in Seattle!

We also carry toys made in Canada, Mexico, and the rest of the world. We prefer to buy as locally as possible to reduce our carbon footprint and support the local economy. However, we also carry a variety of Fair Trade Toys from other parts of the world that we believe need our economic support. For more information, please visit FairTradeUSA.org.

Are your toys safe?

Yes. We take safety very seriously, and believe it’s an essential element of healthy play.

Here are some helpful links for more information:

Consumer Product Safety Commission (CSPC)

American Society for Testing and Materials

Toy Industry Association

Are your plastic toys phthalate free?

Our toys are regulated by The Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act (CPSIA). For more information, please visit this page about phthalates on the CPSC website.