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For more than 60 years, Toys“R”Us has been helping kids be kids and grown-ups to revisit their childhoods by providing one of the largest selections of top-brand toys, electronics, games and everyday baby essentials. Founder, Charles Lazarus, revolutionized the toy business by modeling his stores after supermarkets, providing a variety of options to suit varying ages and interests and offering customers to help themselves and have fun in the process. Today, that sense of playfulness is evident at nearly 600 stores in the United States alone, including a flagship location in Times Square where kids are greeted by a 60-foot Ferris wheel, a 5-ton animatronic T-Rex, and a life-sized, 4,000-square-foot Barbie house.

Beyond everybody's favorite bikes, trains and video games, each Toys“R”Us store keeps its shelves stocked with the season’s must-have toys as well as nostalgic standbys that never go out of style. Time-tested brands such as LEGO, Radio Flyer, NERF and Fisher-Price share the shelves with an expansive selection of electronics for older kids, including Wii U and tablets. And though the company has inspired generations of boys and girls to try their hardest not to grow up, it also strives to ensure budding brains develop right on track by devoting a significant portion of its stores to “smart-play” with a wide selection of electronic learning toys and software.

Toys“R”Us—whose extended family of brands includes Babies“R”Us and FAO Schwarz—has earned a number of awards and recognitions through the years, including a spot on Fortune’s list of the World’s Most Admired Companies in 2012. The company has also drawn considerable recognition for its expansive charitable efforts, which include partnerships with the Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation and Save the Children. This year also marks the tenth consecutive year that the company has partnered with the Marine Toys for Tots Foundation to collect new, unwrapped toys and monetary donations in its stores to benefit the organization.

1370 Western Blvd
Jacksonville,
NC
US

Laughter fills the air as kids zip down slides and caper about a jungle of wall-to-wall inflatables and obstacle courses within Monkey Joe’s play center. Kids 12 and under romp throughout the air-conditioned playscape’s obstacles, and tykes 3 and under stretch their imaginations on the softer and smaller attractions in the toddler play area. An orchestra of electronic beeps fills the arcade, and the scents of savory pizza waft from a concessions stand. Colorful balloons and cakes pack party rooms, where birthday boys and girls unwrap presents and brand-new imaginary friends.

6220 Glenwood Ave.
Raleigh,
NC
US

Glassy waters serve as a tranquil training ground for first-time paddlers, who develop graceful strokes and effective directional paddling during lessons before charting their own marine pathways through the Outer Banks. Lessons start with an overview of terminology and paddleboard anatomy. After successfully locating the epoxy heart and carbon fiber arteries of the board, students take to the beach for practice and an overview of safety protocols, such as what to do if your arm grazes a patch of icky seaweed. Once the 1.5-hour lesson has ended and students feel confident in their abilities, they may paddle their epoxy flotillas through aquatic pastures lined with lush trees for two additional hours. As the shop is located on a calm bay, paddlers need not fret about circumnavigating the ocean’s frothy swells or encountering joust-happy swordfish.

3933 S Croatan Hwy
Nags Head,
NC
US

A wide range of puzzles, play mobiles, and postmodern dollhouses enthralls every child and inner child who crosses The Play House Toy Store’s magical threshold. Toys from top brands such as Playmobil and Ravensburger share shelf space with handcrafted collectibles designed to be cherished by all ages. Wooden and cardboard puzzles from Melissa and Doug ($17.99+) befuddle brains with jigsaw images of animals, alphabets, and Jackson Pollock paintings, and Lego sets and accessories ($4.99+) equip architects to-be with polychromatic training palettes. Handcrafted Madame Alexander dolls ($44.99–$49) decked out in queenly costumes take high tea with their playfellows, oblivious to the knights and plastic-melting dragons waging war on nearby Playmobile sets ($9.99–$44.99).

702 9th St
Durham,
NC
US

Sweetbottoms Baby Boutique stocks more than 6,000 natural, eco-friendly products for babies and their families. Caretakers can swaddle infants in cloth diapers and coverall gowns or dress them up for blind baby dates with stylish miniature shoes and hats. Handcrafted Little Alouette wooden teething toys and child-safe trinkets made from natural rubber or organic cotton protect emerging baby teeth or vampire fangs. New mothers and mothers-to-be can find their own apparel and parenting products in the boutique, including diaper bags and totes, breastfeeding accessories, and maternity garments.

231 Franklin St
Fayetteville,
NC
US

When Shawn Slome founded Twig in 2007, he knew Chapel Hill was ready for business that focused on selling sustainable, organic, and fairly traded goods. Today, the shop carries a large selection of natural and organic merchandise, with new products arriving weekly. Items range from bamboo and organic fashions, to fair-trade bags and accessories, along with glass and stainless kitchen storage, lunch kits, imaginative toys and organic baby gear. Each purchase is backed by a tireless effort to source their merchandise locally and ensuring suppliers are held to high labor and environmental standards. As it turns out, Shawn's mission resonated with the community as Indy Week readers have voted Twig Best Environmentally-Friendly Store for the past five consecutive years.

99 S Elliott Rd
Chapel Hill,
NC
US