Fun with Playmobil Easter Eggs


As you may know, we are big fans of Playmobil in our house. And we have quite a few sets now. In fact both Caitlin and Aaron have a big massive tub each just for their Playmobil toys. With Easter just a few week away, we were sent out two of their Easter Eggs.

There are currently 4 different Easter Eggs sets to choose from. The two we got are Vet with Foals and Vikings with Shield. The other two sets you can get are Fairies with Magic Cauldron and One-on-One Basket Ball. All four of the Easter Eggs are priced at £6.99 each. These make a lovely gift for Easter if you are looking for something that isn’t made from chocolate. And as Playmobil are a top manufacturer within preschool toys these are perfect for little ones and they can play with them over and over again.


Playmobil Easter Eggs Review

Playmobil Easter Eggs


Each of the Easter Eggs are brightly coloured and are easy to take apart and put back together.  There is a photo on the back of the packaging of what is inside the egg, so if you want it to be a surprise, I suggest you give the kids the Easter egg out of the cardboard.

Here are my two putting together the sets that they got.


Caitlin and Arron opening their Playmobil Easter Eggs | Serenity You


And here are what they got inside. In the Vet and Foal set you get a vet, 3 baby foals, a fence with two little birds, a vet case with all he tools a vet needs and some bandages for the foals legs.

In the Vikings set you get a viking man with his son, both have helmets and swords, a viking shield with fire coming out with 2 axes.


Playmobil Easter Egg Vet with Foal set

Playmobil Easter egg Vikings with Shield set


The kids loved both these sets and are a great Easter treat. Do you kids have any of these? Which is your favourite?  Let me know in the comments

You can see all our other Playmobil reviews here


Playmobil Easter Eggs sets | Serenity You


I received these toys in return for this post. All opinions are mine.

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