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Disney Princess Amazing Total Fairy Tale Castle Huge Play Set
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Disney Princess Ultimate Dream Castle:
This is THE quintessential princess castle that every little girl will want!
With more than 50 different play pieces, the Ultimate Dream Castle is three stories tall and features iconic rooms themed to each princess.
Girls can bring all their favorite fairytales to life with these features and play areas:
Tiana's kitchen, where she can pretend to cook up a pot of gumbo; Belle's dining room, with magically moving character friends, just like in the Be Our Guest scene from the movie;
Jasmine's elevator, which is really a magic carpet for whisking her to all the different floors;
Ariel's bathroom, complete with real bubble sounds and a seashell tub;
Snow White's vanity, with a magic mirror that shows her beloved Prince Charming on the other side;
Sleeping Beauty's bedroom, where fairy godmothers fly above the bed and she can use the armoire to store her ball gowns;
Cinderella's staircase, where Cinderella can glide down the stairs before midnight-but look close and you'll see she's left her glass slipper behind!
At the top of the castle, princesses can wish upon a star and dance the night away on a spinning, musical dance floor.
It's the Ultimate Dream Castle for living happily ever after!
Dolls not included. For ages 3 and over.
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52 of 54 found the following review helpful:
Believe the negative reviewsDec 27, 2011
My four year old wanted this above all else. After asking Santa for it, we were left with the task of putting it together on Christmas Eve. Everything written already is true. It is one of the cheapest made toys I have ever seen. The support columns don't attach to anything and are just sitting in holes. They come apart whenever the house is moved. The furniture is all too big and constantly falls apart. It was so bad that I finally super-glued some of the pieces just to save my sanity. If someone can figure out how to get the refrigerator in place I will be forever grateful. SAVE YOUR MONEY AND PASS ON THIS ONE!!!
29 of 31 found the following review helpful:
Long Lasting Fun & QualitySep 19, 2011
By Luke the Happy Father
I have two daughters who are 3 and 5 years old who were very excited when we got this castle as much to my chagrin they are (still) princess crazy. It was easy to build and they loved that there were specific rooms and areas for all of the various princess'. They were able to piece things together from the box that Cinderella was on the stairs because "just like the movie" that's where she lost her slipper and they loved recreating those movie moments. There are a LOT of the pieces and accessories which is great as I've witnessed them acting out a ton of scenarios. I am 3 weeks in and this castle is still getting a lot of action and that alone is very rare in our house for a toy's shelf life. I can't recommend this castle enough as my experience has been nothing but positive since it was set up.
17 of 18 found the following review helpful:
Cheap piece of crapNov 27, 2012
Disney has done it again. They have found a way to stretch plastic shopping bags into toys. Seriously.... The plastic is very poorly made to the point that pieces don't property fit together or are a breath away from snapping. Even looking past the poor craftsmanship, a liberal arts dropout from a community college could have engineered a better product. I should not have to break out epoxy and fiberglass and re-engineer a toy just so my daughter can play with it....especially one with $100+ price tag. I have seriously seen Happy meal toys with better construction and design.
The person designing the toy (can't imagine more than one worked on it) must have been heavily drinking during the hour it took him to build the prototype. None or the furniture is of proper proportions for the house or dolls..
Assuming you can keep the pieces together long enough to play with it.
However....it is pink and purple, and it has princesses, so it is little girl heaven. As horrible as it is, she loves it. Then again she can get weeks of fun time out of a cardboard box. In fact that might be the better option....get a box, paint it pink and purple and give your kids a stack of princess stickers. $130 cheaper, and 10x more durable.
29 of 35 found the following review helpful:
The Ultimate Dream Castle lives up to its name!Sep 21, 2011
This castle is a big hit in my house with my Disney Princess-loving daughters (6 & 3). It's big enough that both can play together. Despite the number of pieces, it was easy to put together, and doesn't seem flimsy--it's already withstood being moved and a few shots from the kids. The coolest thing about it is the attention to detail with respect to each Princess. It allows each kid to recreate the scenes from their favorite movies, and create new stories of their own.
It's held the kids' attention since the moment we opened the box.
9 of 9 found the following review helpful:
Depends on your child whether you will like itOct 15, 2012
Let me start off my saying that previous reviewers are correct about the durability of this toy. Santa brought this castle to our house for Christmas last year (2011) and since then one of the columns has broken and the stairs rarely stay on. HOWEVER...my girls (7 year old twins; they were 6 when Santa brought it) still absolutely love this toy and play with it at least 3-4 times a week. What they love about the castle is that it looks like a real castle, it is pink and purple, and of course the Disney Princess theme. As you probably know if you are considering this toy, the castle has a "themed" room for each princess. My girls really enjoy this and like to act out different stories for the princesses as well as pretend all the princesses live together as roommates. Also, they love all the additional pieces that came with it (furniture, dishes, etc) although, I'll admit, Mr. Dyson has picked up a few, especially the silverware, because they are so tiny and hard to keep track of. Overall, whether or not your child will like this depends on how badly they want it. My girls LOVE Disney Princess and specifically asked for this toy from Santa, so in our case it was worth it. However, if your child isn't a Disney Princess fanatic and/or they haven't asked for this toy specifically, I would probably forgo it (or tell Santa to forgo!). I would also like to add that when Santa brought this toy last year, the price was more reasonable than what it is listed for as I write this review. Not sure that Santa would have brought it at the current price.
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