Disney Princess Magical Adventures Castle Review
Get ready for magical adventures inside the Disney Princess Magical Adventures Castle. There are 10 play areas, themed to specific Disney Princesses. Plus, it comes with more than 25 play pieces to furnish the rooms and kids’ imaginations. The first level’s double doors open onto the foyer with a chandelier. Off the foyer, there’s a kitchen with an opening oven door. When it’s time to eat, head to the dining room, complete with table, chairs, and stickers of enchanted characters on the wall. Another chandelier hangs from this room, and the table has space for the Plug and Play accessories. Take the spiral staircase up to the second floor where you’ll find a vanity with space for storing the crown and necklace. Then move into the bedroom with a bed and blanket. And you’ll feel like you’re under the sea in the themed bathroom. The handheld mirror has a fishtail, and the bathtub has shell designs. From the bathroom, you can slide down into the shell-shaped pool. The third floor is where you’ll find space for storing and riding a magic carpet. And dolls can hang out on the balcony where lights, music, and fireworks sound effects play whenever you move the hands on the clock. The assembly directions were fairly easy to follow, although not all of the pieces snapped together well. Three AA batteries are required but not included.
Should I get it?
This castle dollhouse has lots of space for kids to play with their Disney Princess dolls or any fashion dolls that they own. Dolls are sold separately. The light-up feature of the clock tower is fun and easy to activate, and the play pieces inspire imaginative play right out of the box.
Light-up clock feature
10 play areas
25+ play pieces
Inspires imaginative play
Difficulty snapping some pieces together
Batteries are not included
Doesn’t come with any dolls