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We’re always on the hunt for new toy shops that offer something a little different from some of the big retailers. Here are some of our favourite toy shops in Berkshire.
The Look Out in Bracknell has a gift shop in the Discovery Centre with stationery, sweets, cards, books and more. You can read about our 10 Things to Do at The Look Out here. You can visit the Look Out website here.
Fenwick Bracknell has a great toy section and they quite often hold workshops for children during the school holidays. You can visit their website here.
Blueberry Toys in Wokingham is a new independent toy shop in the town centre. They specialise in sustainable and wooden toys. Their website is still being worked on.
Marlow Toys – We recently discovered this toy shop and are so glad we did. The walls are literally packed full of toys from floor to ceiling! The staff will also help you shop in secret if you have your little one in tow! Click here for more details.
Daniel of Windsor is consistently voted Department Store Toy Retailer of the Year and when you visit the store you will see why! They have some lovely toys and displays for children (and adults!) to admire. You can visit the website here.
We love visiting Daniels when we head into Windsor. Here are some more of our favourite things to do in Windsor.
**River and Rowing Museum in Henley on Thames has a cafe and shop as well as the museum. Please note they are temporarily closed for building repair works and will re-open in Spring 2023. You can visit the website here.
*Squires Garden Centre in Wokingham has a lovely selection of toys to look through. You could also stop off at the cafe here after doing a bit of shopping.
Longacres Garden Centre in Bagshot has a large kids corner packed with toys and games. You can visit their website here.
Oaktree Garden Centre in Bracknell have a selection of books, toys and games for children. You could stop by the Potting Shed Cafe to refuel with food and drink while you are there too. Visit their website here.
Henry Street Garden Centre in Arborfield have soft toys, jigsaws and craft ideas for all ages. Here is their website.
If you enjoy shopping check out our blog post all about Farm Shops and Farmers’ Markets in Berkshire.
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