World’s finest toy shop, Hamleys, has opened its second outlet in Bangalore. Located in the heart of Bangalore, the store is located at 1 MG Road Mall.
Hamleys is about making toys fun for families all over the world. The 80 stores of Hamleys, across the world serve as the finest toy shopping destination, creating magical, memorable experiences and bringing toys to life.
The Hamleys experience is all about its unique brand of theatre and entertainment which transport families through a world of imagination and discovery. The Hamleys World concept continues to build on a place where toys come alive. With toy demonstrators, exciting demos & events all of which come together to provide a magical experience where creativity and imagination can run free.
The store in Bangalore will offer an unprecedented selection of toys, opportunities for children to play, and amazing toy demonstrations. With around three thousand products on offer that include a wide range of toys from much loved brands which have enthralled children over generations, it also includes Hamleys branded range, with its signature teddy bears, toy soldiers and much more, renowned for exceptional quality and play value. The toys at Hamleys cater to children from 0-14 years of age and are available across categories like soft toys, arts & crafts, educational toys, construction sets, pre-school toys, board games, remote control toys, action figures, ride-ons, dolls and play sets.
On the launch of Hamleys second store in Bangalore, Karandeep Singh, Business Head, Hamleys, says, “Hamleys is the oldest and most renowned toy shop in the world and has now become the largest toy retailer in India since its inception in 2010. As part of our expansion plans to various cities in the country, it gives me immense pleasure to announce the launch of our second store in Bangalore and 22nd store in India. We are excited to offer a varied range of iconic products to our little ones in the city and hope to delight them with our in-store entertainment and world class toy offerings.”