I received a PLAYMOBIL set  in exchange for my honest and unbiased opinion.

PLAYMOBIL Toys have been created by Hans Beck since 1974 and have been a favorite with kids ever since. They offer tons of play themes from pirate ships to fairy houses and so much more.

They are known worldwide for their cute and fun figures that come with iconic smiles on their faces. Their toys are built for pretend play and children are doing so for hours on end. Their newest addition in pretend play is the Furnished Children’s Hospital. This pretend play allows kids to offer medical help to toys in need of assistance!

Furnished Children’s Hospital


This ever so cute, super fun set is perfect for fun pretend play. The set comes with:

• three adult figures
• one child figure
• one baby figure
• rolling beds
• reclining examination table
• defibrillator
• respirator
• stethoscopes
• medical charts and tools
• one baby doll
• A teddy bear
and many accessories..

PLAYMOBIL really put a lot of thought into creating this set to ensure it’s a great deal of fun by offering so many details. The hospital has different rooms for patients to get care, recovery and there is a baby room.


Hospital Set Dimensions:

23.2 L x 12.2 W x 12.6 H

Kids can easily start their own hospital in no time at all. They will spend hours using all the features and accessories in the set.

Setting up might be a little too challenging for young kids and will probably need a little help. You could easily go ahead and set it up for them or supervise them and see if they can do it themselves. No matter which way, kids are going to love this play set!

The Children’s Hospital Set retails for $79.99 and would make a wonderful holiday gift!

Visit PLAYMOBIL.com for their complete catalog.

The product(s) provided for the review were sent to me free of charge from the company or the PR agency. I did not received compensation for this review. My opinions are my own and not by any means influenced by any other part. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.

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