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Top 5 Toy Stores near Treehouse Learning Center

During the winter holidays, a lot of parents and caregivers will hear toy requests from children. Maybe they want a recently released book or a new stuffed animal, or a board game that the whole family can play. Educational toys can have many benefits, including developing problem-solving skills, teaching conflict resolution and showing the relationship between cause and effect. Next time you drop the kids off at school, consider going to some nearby toy stores! Below are 5 toy stores we recommend going to before heading home (in no particular order).

Smart Toys and Books

9700 Kingston Pike #12, Knoxville, TN 37922


This store is truly one of a kind! High-quality games, books, toys, and dolls are stocked throughout the store, along with “hands-on” displays and demonstrations that make for a fun trip here! The store has an interactive playground and the option to host your own party, how cool is that!


11145 Turkey Drive, Knoxville, TN 37934


Online ordering available

HobbyTown is a locally-owned and operated toy store in the Knoxville area, a few miles away from our school. The store has a wide selection of toys from science and educational to puzzles and trains!

buybuy BABY

202 Morrell Road, Knoxville, TN 37919


Online ordering available

This chain retailer offers a wide assortment of baby toys, and offers new shopping hours for high-risk customers. Shop in store or use curbside pickup!

Barnes and Noble

8029 Kingston Pike, Knoxville, TN 37919


Online ordering available

Most think of books when they hear the name Barnes and Noble, but they have quite the toy selection too!

MP’s Handcrafted Toys

161 Elkins Valley Road, Heiskell, TN 37754


Handmade wooden toys make a great gift that can be a keepsake for years to come!

Please check health and safety guidelines before going to these stores to ensure they are operating under normal business hours.

little boy playing with toys

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