REVIEW: Toys”R”Us Adventure at Lenox Marketplace

Open Until January 5, 2020

By Cookie Suarez, Publisher/Editor Macaroni Kid Buckhead-Midtown-Brookhaven November 22, 2019

Toys”R”Us and Candytopia joined forces to create a really cool and fun play experience called Toys”R”Us Adventure. This place transports the littlest guests and those who are still young at heart into a giant toy-filled playground that encourages everyone to unleash their inner child. Toys”R”Us Adventure collaborated with leading toy brands Melissa & Doug, Schleich Toys, and Spin Master’s popular PAW Patrol brand to develop eight multi-sensory interactive playrooms and installations.

We had a chance to experience Toys”R”Us Adventure with our daughter and her friend. It was non-stop fun for the girls and they are begging to return! From the moment we walked into Toys“R”Us Adventure Train Station, the friendly “Toytopians” greeted us with candy whistle pops and invited us to explore and take pictures with the giant stuffed animals and the train. This is also where they will invite you to sign-up for the QR code, so you can take photos at designated stations. The photos come out so cute and will be sent to your e-mail. The best part is they are FREE! 

The first room is the train car room, where guests will help power the train to get to Toys”R”Us Adventure. The second room is the Melissa & Doug Big and Small playroom. We are huge fans of M&D toys, so my daughter felt right at home with all giant wooden toys and stuffed animals. They even had a giant strawberry swing, wooden pizza with toppings, a xylophone, and slide. Don’t miss the adventure cam photo opp in this room. Oh and of course, the Toytopians will invite you to take some candy before you enter the next room.

Note: Once you move into the next room, there’s no turning back. 

There’s a secret passage to room three which leads to the zipline platform. You glide along mirrored walls with rainbow lighting then land into a foam pit. Definitely a must-do for everyone! And you can ride it multiple times!  

After ziplining, the girls played and put out fires with foam balls in PAW Patrol’s Adventure Bay. They have a life-size Lookout Tower with a slide and an area to view some clips from the show. Don’t forget the adventure cam photo opp in Marshall's fire truck.

In the Huff and Puff room, think The 3 Little Pigs story, Toytopians encouraged the girls to choose their materials to build the strongest house. Did the Big Bad Wolf succeed in blowing our house down? You’ll have to try for yourself!

If you love a good dance party then the Fairytale Disco room is perfect for you! The girls loved showing off their dance moves with the DJ and taking pictures with statue characters in the dungeon. But one of their favorite rooms was the Monster Obstacle Course. I got tired just watching my young ninjas in training. There wasn’t a big crowd, but be careful with little ones running around in this area. 

The Schleich Jungle Adventure room was pretty cool with all the animals, wooden bridge and slide. Don’t miss the photo op with the T-Rex. The Polar Vortex was the final playroom experience. The girls loved throwing fake snow all over the place and at each other. Don’t run in this area or you’ll slip on the confetti snow. The adventure ends at the Center of the Toy Universe Gift Shop filled with toys, candy, and ToysRUs branded items.

Toys"R"US Adventure is a pop-up play wonderland, and best enjoyed for kids 3-10 years of age. The little ones will need some adult assistance in the rooms. The older kids will have fun, but will probably go through the rooms faster. My girls were in that sweet spot (ages 6-7) where they could enjoy everything without assistance. It's not about the toys, it's about the experience. I know from the smiles, giggles, and squeals from my girls that this is one place they will remember! So go and relive some memories from your childhood and make new ones with your family at Toys”R”us Adventure!   

  • Purchase tickets online.
  • Arrive 15 mins early, but dress warmly as they may ask you to wait outside before entering for your time slot.
  • Outside food/drinks are not allowed inside.
  • Use the restroom before arriving if you can. Their restrooms are in the middle of the 8 room play space. 
  • Adult supervision is required for the entire experience.
  • Register online for the to get the QR code for the ToysRus Adventure photo stations.
  • The ball pit is not at the Atlanta location.
  • Enter the parking deck of Lenox Marketplace via Oak Valley Rd. Park on the 2nd Floor and go down one flight of stairs. Walk up the sidewalk towards Peachtree Street corner to get to the entrance.  



Lenox Marketplace in Buckhead
3535 Peachtree Rd NE Suite 100, Atlanta, GA 30326

Adults $28, children 4 – 12  $20  
Children 3 and under are FREE 

Hours of Operation
Monday - Saturday 10am - 8:30pm
Sunday 11am - 8:30pm

October 2019 - January 5, 2020

Tickets can be purchased by visiting

*Macaroni Kid Buckhead Midtown Brookhaven received complimentary admission in exchange for this write-up. Any opinions are entirely our own.

SIGN UP FOR BMB MACARONI KID! To stay in the KNOW - Sign up for our FREE weekly newsletter HERE! Each week, you will receive fresh new ideas of family-friendly events in/around Buckhead, Midtown, Brookhaven and beyond.   Don't forget to be social with us on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram