Stores are located at Westend Mall, Aundh and Amanora Mall, Mundhwa Road
The famous London Toy shop made its way to the city of Pune in the year 2013 with its first store at Phoenix Marketcity. The brand has now launched two new stores, one at Westend Mall, Aundh and the other at Amanora Mall, Mundhwa Road. With over five thousand products on display, the store offers an amazing selection of toys from much loved home-grown brands and a range of in-house branded toys that include its signature teddy bears, toy soldiers, wooden toys, bath toys and much more.
Hamleys is known for a unique in-store magical experience it provides to both children and parents. The new store promises to take that experience a notch higher and set a benchmark for the upcoming stores. Hamleys stocks a wide variety of toys for boys and girls ranging from Plush, Rideons, Construction, Art & craft, Musical Instruments, Aim and Shoot, Dolls, Games, Science, Infant Preschool, Lifestyle & many more.
The Hamleys experience has always been about its unique brand of theatre and entertainment, transporting families through a world of imagination and discovery. It is for this reason, that the toy shop has been a pioneer in introducing the most popular international characters to India through exclusive meet and greet events and live demonstrations at stores. Prominent animated characters such as Tom & Jerry, Peppa Pig, Minions, My Little Pony and others are all friends of the brand. Fun props and fixtures within the shop, enhance the vibrant environment to create an experience where children are encouraged to play with toys.
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