I will be the first to admit that I have tried for years now to steer clear of the AG doll experience I just dont see the value of spending $110 for a doll, when you can get a very nice looking, very similar doll (Madam Alexander sold at Walmart for $30) but low and behold, here we found our selves at the store with our two children (5 and 8) who were loving this place: every crowded, hot mess about it.
The major difference I see with these dolls vs others is the hair. Is it worth the price tag, time will tell, but this post is not about the doll but about the sopping experience so i'll stick wtih that.
The place is large, and a bit overwhelming so BRING PATIENCE. They have several cases of dolls that you can choose from, but dont get hung of there. Def go to the second floor to see the doll of the year (and past years) and the traditional dolls, which to me are much more worth the $$ considering you get a book and a much nicer outfit for the same price as the modern dolls. They have a salon that you can get some crazy stuff done, like hair styles, and manicures and facials (YES, for the dolls, not your child! Crazy, YOU BET!) bu these people were loving it! We opted for earrings at the cost of $14 but got five pair of earrnigs for it (the earrings sold themselves would have been $9). Be prepared to see a LOAD of spoiled kids with bags and bags full of stuff, and if that's not you, please have that talk with your child in advance becuase I can see how easily you can get sucked into this AG World!
We didnt see the third floor but understand that it's where lunch is served, as well as some of the smaller dolls. The place all in all was very overwhelming, and hot (it was Jan so we had coats, etc. on) but the look on my girls' faces were priceless.
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