Best Toy Stores in Fort Worth and Surrounding Areas

Local toy stores stock unique toysNorth Texas has lots of local toy stores waiting for your support. Instead of buying from larger chain suppliers, consider purchasing from a local business. Let’s support our community and shop at toy stores in Fort Worth!

And you don’t have to give up online shopping just because you’re sourcing toys locally. Most have toy stores in Fort Worth offer online shopping options — even delivery in some cases!

Shopping in the more general DFW area? Check out “Must-Try Toy Stores in the Dallas Area” and “A Roundup of Toy Stores in Collin County.”

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Listed in alphabetical order, y’all . . . here are local toy stores you need to know about.

b Kids (Fort Worth) :: Although this retailer is more clothing boutique than toy store, you can find some fun in its “cool stuff” section.

Griff’s Gifts (Keller) :: From hard-to-find toys to unique gifts and yummy candy, this north Tarrant County local spot is a gem, especially if you have a Harry Potter or Star Wars fan at your house.

Holocron (Fort Worth) :: Speaking of Star Wars . . . this is the MUST VISIT for any and all Star Wars lovers. From vintage collectibles to toys of all shapes and sizes, the Star Wars options are out of this world (sorry, we couldn’t resist the pun).

Monkey and Dog Books (Fort Worth) :: If you are looking for the perfect gift for your book lover or literary-themed accessories to go with a new page turner, this Fort Worth treasure is for you.

Rebecca’s Toys and Prizes (Hurst) :: Need bulk toys for goodie bags? This local shop has it all, including seasonal themed novelties. It also has party supplies and stationary. It’s a one-stop shop parties! You can order online for shipping or curbside pickup. 

Rogue Brick Builder’s Lounge (Fort Worth) :: Calling all LEGO fans! From individual figurines to boxed sets of alllll varieties, the Rogue Brick is a favorite stop. Not only can you purchase blocks to take home, but you can also stay and play thanks to the all-ages-welcome building space.

Talking Animals Books (Grapevine) :: This women-owned independent bookstore in historic downtown Grapevine is eclectic and colorful. There are books, toys, and apparel for all ages. Talking Animals Books also hosts story times and book club events weekly. 

The Happy Lark (Fort Worth) :: If unplugged play is your goal, THL is the your go-to. Many coveted brands are in stock, like Grimm’s, Maileg, Ostheimer, Tonnies, and more.

The Mastin Project (online) :: You have options for monthly subscription or single purchase sensory bin options. For every three bins sold, the Mastin Project donates a bin to SafeHaven, an organization supporting victims of domestic abuse.

Todd’s Toys (Arlington) :: Specializing in vintage toys and anime, you can buy, sell, or trade here. This is a great place to find the next addition to your collection. 

Toy Maven (Southlake) :: Three cheers for a neighborhood local toy store with variety for all ages and interests.

Toy Works (Fort Worth) :: This location is a Cowtown landmark! Be sure to follow its Facebook page as coupons and discounts often appear.

Let your kids play with toys that don't stereotype gender roles.Shop Gift Shops

In addition to traditional toy stores, many local museums have interesting toy options in the gift shop section:

Where do you like to buy unique toys in the Fort Worth area? Comment below!