Kids in Toledo

Our deal searchers couldn't find any Kids deals at the moment.
They feel bad, so they found you these other deals to make up for it.

Select Local Merchants

  • My Urban Toddler LLC
    After having her first child, Rosa Lee had trouble finding a place that was equal parts play time for kids and chill time for adults. So in 2006, she took matters into her own hands and opened such a place. Rosa called her creation My Urban Toddler, a city-themed play center for kids and a welcoming, knowledgeable community for adults. Here, explorers aged 5 and younger can visit a firehouse, a market, a library, and even a theater for rounds of dress-up, story time, and puppet shows. Parents, meanwhile, enjoy various onsite grownup attractions, including classes and a boutique-style retail shop stocked with apparel, toys, and books.
    Read More
    3010 Washtenaw Avenue
    Ann Arbor, MI US
  • Palumba
    Palumba, which takes its name from an amalgam of Latin words meaning "wooden dove," unlocks children's imaginations with heirloom-quality toys handcrafted from organic, natural, and sustainable materials. As part of Camden Rose, Palumba dispenses products made in the U.S. or through Fair Trade cooperatives, such as the cherry-wood rattle, comprised of a maple bead and wooden handle polished with beeswax, jojoba oil, and unicorn tears ($14.99). Kids can turn any flat surface or forehead into a racecourse with the Dandy Racer, a wooden dragster carved from walnut and other hardwoods ($19.99). Alternatively, aspiring artists awaken upon dipping a brush into a nontoxic watercolor set ($14.99 for a set of 7 colors; $19.99 for set of 14), and hands find much-needed heat with a pair of Ruskovilla wool mittens ($24.99). Holiday shoppers may also take advantage of Palumba's gift-wrapping service to cloak toys in eco-friendly trim, such as mulberry wrapping paper (prices vary per item).
    Read More
    221 Felch St
    Ann Arbor, MI US
  • Gametime
    Game Headz powers up electronic arsenals with its selection of pre-owned games and machines. With portable systems such as a used Nintendo Game Boy Advance ($19.99), nature-loving gamers entertain themselves while basking in summer?s embrace. Button mashers whip lazy thumbs into shape with recent titles ($20?$30) such as Grand Theft Auto IV, Saints Row 2, Fable II, and Resident Evil 4. Classic Atari games let customers dust off their ?Tilden 4 President? bumper stickers and revisit an earlier chapter in video-game history. An affable staff of console buffs is always on hand to point visitors to exciting titles and engage in debates about the finer points of pixilated entertainment.
    Read More
    351 Inkster Rd
    Inkster, MI US
  • Lucky Duck Toys
    The colorful novelties, handcrafted dolls, and blown-glass figurines on Lucky Duck Toys? brimming shelves enthrall youngsters and inner children alike. Playthings from popular brands include the Uglydoll Big Toe ($19.95), whose unostentatious cuddliness enthralls pride and joys. A sprawling Playmobil collection bolsters creativity through entertainment alongside a multicolored wonderland of Legos (2.95+), which equip aspiring architects with the bricks to launch themed construction projects or cubist self-portraits. Papo knight figurines take frequent breaks from chivalrous posing while juniors bend their brains on the assortment of puzzles and literature in the book section. A collection of rocks and minerals launch geographic inquiry, and the Folkmanis tree-frog puppet ($22.95) spurs blossoming imaginations like a business card from the Tooth Fairy.
    Read More
    322 W Main St
    Brighton, MI US
  • Bloom Baby & Kids
    Knowledge is free at Bloom Baby & Kids—at least when that knowledge covers cloth diapers or the atomic weight of baby carriers. That’s because owners John and Nellie Sowash host complementary workshops within their retail store, introducing parents to topics such as making baby food at home. The Sowashes teach some of these sessions themselves, as well as bring in other instructors to lend their expertise. It's all part of John and Nellie’s effort to create a close-knit community of parents and kids. In this spirit, Bloom Baby & Kids' team also hosts events throughout the community, including kids' art classes at Millpond Park Gazebo. These free workshops and events are of course supported by Bloom Baby & Kids' retail shop. Accented by bright blue walls, the calming storefront surrounds parents with clothing, toys, and supplies for babies and young kids. Exemplifying the community-mindedness of John and Nellie, the store sets aside a portion of their inventory strictly for local "made in Michigan" products.
    Read More
    222 W Grand River Ave
    Brighton, MI US
  • Hell Survivors World Hdq
    Hell Survivors' own history of paint-splattered skirmishes dates back to 1983. The facility?s 14 playing fields span a 180-acre outdoor arena and provide ample battlements for players to duck behind with Deluxe Tippmann semiautomatic markers in tow. Before deploying teams to the field, paintball experts equip them with anti-fog goggles and unlimited nitro/HPA refills. Professional referees are present on the field to help refill air and explain how to use the equipment. After players have exhausted their supplies and painstakingly replicated all of Jackson Pollock?s masterpieces, they can refuel with cheese burgers and chicken sandwiches at the pro-shop.
    Read More
    125 Pearl St
    Pinckney, MI US

Groupon Guide