3 Swiss Ct, London W1D 6AP, UK – 020 7839 3480
Lego's flagship store. Smaller than I expected and a little odd they make you queue to go in- building the hype I guess. Fantastic display models inside and the staff are so friendly and fun to chat with. They really go out their way to accommodate their customers. For me it was the pick n mix wall and also the fabulous mosaic portrait maker that really made the visit worthwhile.
In hindsight going here on one of the hottest days of the year, on a Saturday wasn't wise. To make matters worse the lift wasn't working, meaning a difficult trip up some very busy stairs for my pregnant wife. The Lego characters were brilliant and my son loved that he was similar in height to them. The store itself is big, apparently the largest in the world according to some staff.
188-196, Hamleys, Regent St, Soho, London W1B 5BT, UK – 020 7494 9578
Located inside Hamley's, which is a child's dream come true, we found a Build a bear workshop. The staff was really helpful, playful, and sweet. We built a Toothless, and an Eevee. It was an amazing experience. I recommend it to both adults who love cute stuff, and also to anyone traveling with kids.
nothing gives me greater enjoyment than stuffing some white fluff up a Bears bum hole, I recommend this to anyone who hasnt given this a go, its a great crack
1, unit 22, Jubilee Market Hall, Tavistock St, London WC2E 8BD, UK – 07737 377669
Great choice of soldiers and happy to deal. Very friendly and doez not hassle or rush you.
Friendly guy in the shop! Loads of cool stuff to look at. Recommend for gifts etc.