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Magic Mouse

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603 1st Ave, Seattle, WA 98104-2209
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Pioneer SquareSound Transit Link Light Rail4 min
King Street Station7 min
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Grace wrote a review May 2019
Miami, Florida82 contributions8 helpful votes
Love this store!!! You can tell someone put a lot of thought into curating the toys for this store. Feels a bit like your in a Willy Wonka movie. This is what all toy stores should be like. An experience from the moment you step in. It is a learning, exploring and engaging place to walk through. I was in Seattle for a short trip and stumbled into this toy store in the middle of the city. As i stepped in i felt like i was transported back to my childhood. They had toys galore.... stuffed toys, books, puzzles, board games and so many collectables from the 80's for the Nostalgic fanatic like me. It was amazing, i ended up browsing through the store for almost 2 hours playing and touching EVERYTHING! as if i was 10 again. They really have every toy known to man. Go check it out. release your inner child and if you are looking for a gift be prepared to come out of there with more than one cool toy.I am too glad i stumbled upon it. Good thing i can order online from Miami!!! Love this place. (Grace & Josh)
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Kevin A wrote a review Dec 2018
Surrey351 contributions42 helpful votes
Whenever I come to Pioneer Square I see the sign and remember I have to go back to this store and check out all the cool toys. There are so many unique items all in one location. There are thinking toys, building toys, and goofy all together. The prices are quite reasonable for specialty options.
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Date of experience: December 2018
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Tonya wrote a review Aug 2018
murfreesboro, tn637 contributions106 helpful votes
I always like to visit mom and pop stores because you never know what you will find. I didn't see much out of the ordinary from other mom and pop stores, but it is always fun to look. Typical items - Legos, puzzles, dolls, books, stuffed animals and more. There are 2 floors, we were in a bit of a hurry but took time to look around of both levels. Neat that there is a toy store in this location!
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Date of experience: July 2018
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TravelingSuz wrote a review Jul 2018
Phoenix, Arizona544 contributions188 helpful votes
We walked in and found all sorts of items from when we were kids 30 years ago. Duncan Yo-yos, mad libs, and hand buzzers next to modern puzzles, legos, and party games... a great stop in pioneer square.
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Date of experience: July 2018
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Monica1124 wrote a review Oct 2017
Chicago, Illinois147 contributions40 helpful votes
We were visiting Pioneer Square and saw the store on the corner. We went in and they were closing in about 10-15 minutes. The staff welcomed us and engaged us in some of their items. They have fun regular toys from dolls to stuffed animals but they also had a flat piano and musical instrument that you played by strumming the strings and following the notes. I can’t remember what it was called but it was the coolest instrument. I would recommend a stop just to play around. They even had a sign that said “Adults at play.”
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Date of experience: October 2017
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