Review: Fisher-Price Minnie’s Polka Dot House

Disclosure: This product was sent to me free of charge by Fisher-Price to be reviewed. However, as per my PR info disclaimer, this review is my unbiased honest opinion of the product.

Fisher-PriceProduct: Fisher Price Fisher-Price Minnie’s Polka Dot House

Price: £34.99

Age Range: 2 years+

Manufacturer’s Description: Minnie Mouse welcomes you to 4 floors and 5 rooms of play in her Polka Dot House. Enter through the front door to take a tour of Minnie’s home. Bake some cookies in the kitchen, watch a movie in the living room, or take the grand staircase to the second floor to style at the vanity and enjoy the rooftop patio. The house includes 2 figures (Minnie and Figaro) plus 16 accessories to decorate Minnie’s home.

Rating:  (5/5 stars)


Review: We received this house to review just before Christmas and it has been a huge hit with both our girls, and Georgie’s best friend has enjoyed playing with it too.

In bits

First impressions were good; the parts of the house were easy to snap together, with easy to follow instructions and a handful of stickers to put on the house and furniture. There are furnishings for a living area, kitchen/diner, bathroom and bedroom, plus a few bits for Minnie’s cat too. The oven and fridge both have opening doors.

Minnie Mouse House

The house has three floors, with a set of stairs which slots on & off the side for Minnie to climb up. Minnie herself can either stand or sit, and fits nicely on all of the furniture. There is also a little roof terrace on top. It is all made of good quality plastic and has withstood being bashed about the living room just fine.

Georgie and Lydia both really enjoy this toy; they love it when I pop it in the middle of the rug, and give them a basket with all of the furniture in, so they can sit and arrange it all in the house. They both like to make Minnie and her cat, Figaro, climb up the stairs and sit on the various seats and so on. 


This toy keeps the girls amused for quite a while when we get it out, and it is something they can and do play with together which is always really nice to watch. The colours are bright, cheerful & “girly” – very Minnie, and because it is quite slim, it is easy to store it tucked away in a corner of the room.

Playing together

We give this toy 5 stars, and will definitely be putting some of the other sets from the range on Lydia’s birthday wishlist.

3 thoughts on “Review: Fisher-Price Minnie’s Polka Dot House

  1. I’m not keen on big plastic toys but I think LP would love this – anything pink and Minnie or Mickey is a winner at the moment! x

  2. It looks like there’s plenty to keep them occupied with all the details – opening doors and so forth. I’m sure Chloe would love it too.
    Thanks for linking up with #TriedTested this week x

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