Product code: 78510810
Welcome to Barbie’s dream house! Across 3 storeys and 7 rooms you’ll be able to conjure up all sorts of stories and adventures. It’s packed with features and accessories (over 70) and all sporting Barbie’s distinctive signature.
Park the car in the garage: the door realistically opens and closes by sliding the tab. Or use the space as an extra room – it’s up to you. Prepare something in the well-equipped kitchen: why not roast a chicken in the oven? Use the lift to get up to the next floor, where there’s snug dining room and relaxing bath.
On the top floor relax in the living room: if you’ve a iPhone 4S, 5S, 6, iPod Touch or Samsung S3 or S4 you can place it in the ‘flatscreen’ TV and start watching! And when the day is done, Barbie can slip across the landing to her stunning bedroom.
With a real working lift, lights, sounds and motion, this is a dream house that really comes alive! Barbie’s dream house measures over 120cm wide and 90cm wide. Note: dolls and car not included. Needs 3x AAA batteries (not included).
- Assembly Required
- Adult assembly required
- Batteries Included
- Battery Size & Number
- 3 x AAA
- Packaged: H86.5 x W76 x D20.5cm
- Model name / number
- Number of pieces
- Suitable From
- 3 years
- Toy Character
- Dolls' houses
- Choking hazard - not suitable for children under 36 months due to small parts that may cause a choking hazard
Since its launch in 1959, Barbie has become a much loved brand and an important playmaker in the fashion toy market. Created by Ruth Handler and based on the German doll Bild Lilli, Handler instantly realised there was a gap in the market for a non-infant doll marketed for children.
Bild Lilli was based on a popular character in a comic strip that appeared in German newspapers, initially marketed at women, the doll soon became popular with young girls who enjoyed dressing up the doll in her various outfits. Ruth took the doll back to America and the manufacturing toy company Mattel Inc. Together they reworked the design and renamed the doll Barbie, after her daughter Barbara.
Ever popular with little fashionistas today, Barbie’s appeal has endured for 50 years and their extensive range of dolls, outfits and matching accessories has made the doll a cultural icon.More from Barbie