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Solid-wood castle opens fully for easy play access.

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Solid-wood castle opens fully for easy play access. Features extensive hand-painted accents, a working drawbridge and trap door, colorful courtyard, balconies and removable turret! 

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  • Solid-wood castle opens fully for easy play access
  • Sturdy wood construction
  • Great for Hours of fun
  • Exceptional Quality and Value
  • Features extensive hand-painted accents, a working drawbridge and trap door
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Frequently Asked Questions

  • What furnishings fit best, size-wise, and hopefully, compatible with the castle theme?

    Hard to say because the only things I've seen inside are lego guys. Which Lego Guys fit absolutely perfect! There are room for about 20 to 30 of them....oh, and a big dragon in the middle. My son is in 5th grade, and much bigger than the child pictured, and it's the perfect play size for him. Sorry, my answer wasn't really specific with your question.

  • Compatible with Schleich? Does anyone know?

    We have the Melissa and Doug castle and Scheich/Papo figurines. The knights for the most part don't fit in the towers, but they do fit on the walkways and work with the castle. The princess/queen type figurines do fit in the towers. My daughter loves playing the the two together.

  • How high are the doorways?

    The doorways on this vary a LOT. What's most misleading is that it's not just the height you have to worry about, but the width as well. Depending on what kind of figurines you're using to play with, it's tricky to get them through the doors. Here are a few of the openings: Main entrance (largest): With the drawbridge, it has a clearance of about 4 1/2" tall in the center arch, and is 3 3/4" wide. 'Throne Room' is 3 1/2" tall x 3 1/4" wide. (<<However, this is misleading, because the balcony being where it is reduces the opening to 2" tall.) Side towers (entrance from courtyard): 3 1/4 tall x 1 3/4 wide. the back tower is narrowest at 2 1/4" tall x only 1 1/4" wide. And the trap door runs about 1 1/2" x 2". We have a handful of figurines the kids use to play with. The Disney princesses with big ballskirts (roughly 3"x2", like Tiana and Belle) get stuck easily in the smaller openings or going through the trapdoor. The slimmer ones (like Mulan) fit through most openings. The Toob knights (roughly 2"x1", army man size) fit nearly everywhere. I hope that helps!

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