Have you thought about how toys have changed over the last 60 years. During the 1950’s top of the list were the Hula Hoop, Frisbee and Lego. Toy Drum, Wooden Blocks and Dolls were also played with .
In the 1960’s children played with Pinball Machines, Miniature Doll Houses, Stuffed Toys, Lego, Pedal Cars and Trucks.
The 1970’s bought us Cowboy and Indian sets, Lego, Tonka Trucks, Unicycles, Play-doh, Batman figures and Stainless Steel mini Kitchen.
Children in the 1980’s I wonder how many will remember Teddy Ruxpin, Chips Toys, Amplifier Helmets, Lego, Cabbage Patch Kids and Glo Worms.
Parents could buy Simpsons Toys, Where’s Wally characters, Lego, Nintendo and Games, Game boy in the 1990’s.
Now into the New Millenium and 60 years later toys have changed dramatically, with a lot of hand held computers, tablets and electronic games. But when reading the list did you notice that one toy has been available for 60 years. Lego.
In 2018 Lego is celebrating their 60th Anniversary. Named as Toy of the century, did you know that 6 identical two by four pieces can create over 900 million combinations. Patented on 28th January 1958, the small Danish company has now become world reknowned. Enjoyed by adults and children alike.
This Bank Holiday Hamleys Toy Store are offering some amazing offers on Lego.
AMAZING OFFERS ON LEGO AT HAMLEYS!
This May Bank Holiday Weekend Hamleys are continuing to celebrate LEGO’S 60th Birthday with an amazing 20% off all LEGO toys. The whole family are invited to visit a brand new LEGO Experience area on the iconic toy shops 5th floor. Children and adults alike can play, build and even have the chance to take a selfie with Kai from LEGO NINJAGO. Put a spring in your step with AMAZING LEGO OFFERS at Hamleys on Regent Street.
Save up to 20% on LEGO product including:
Also, enjoy an additional discount as the Hamleys Entertainers will be giving out Golden Tickets which grant customers £5 off £40 in store. The only way to receive this exclusive discount is by picking up a Golden Ticket at Hamleys flagship store on Regent Street.
So, what are you waiting for? Join in the Fun, Magic and Theatre at the Finest Toy Shop in the World! Usual opening times apply.
For 258 years, Hamleys of London has been The Finest Toy Shop in the World bringing magical experiences and joy to children of all ages. Hamleys’ rich history began with William Hamley, a Cornishman from Bodmin, England. William Hamley dreamed of the best toy shop in the world when opening his toy shop at Holborn, London in 1760.
During 2018, Hamleys, as a global brand, extends significantly further than the famous London toy shop with 132 stores across 21 countries including China, India, South Africa, Czech Republic, UAE, Jordan, Egypt, Philippines, Malaysia, and Russia.
Have a super May Bank Holiday and hope you get to buy some amazing Lego.