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Learning Express Toys in Renton Sells Imagination & Fun

Tucked away at the The Landing in Renton is one of the best toy stores in the region.

Photo courtesy Learning Express

Located at the new sprawling shopping center The Landing in Renton, Learning Express Toys offers a lively, interactive shopping experience. Conveniently located near the northern parking garage for easy store access. Locally owned and operated by Danica Cowden and Cody Perino, the store is part of the Learning Express Toys franchise and is the first one in Washington. 

“We take great pride in calling ourselves your "Neighborhood Toy Store" because we are locally-owned, family-friendly, and a place where we get to know you and your children by name,” said Perio. “We love to demo games and our favorite toys for our shoppers (stop by and play our favorite game, Tapple!). We carefully evaluate the play value of every toy that goes onto our shelves, and our product mix is selected from toy manufacturers around the world.”

The store offers seasonal crafts and activities along with character appearances (check their Facebook page for up to date details!). Their birthday box program offers a 10% discount along with a gift registry which allows the birthday child to pick out the toys they most desire. 

Learning Express Toys can also personalize most items in their store for free which is a great way to add a little something to a gift. Browse online at learningexpress.com and have them set aside any item for pick-up in as little as two hours. The store offers complimentary gift wrapping. 

Mention Seattle's Child when you shop at Learning Express at get 10% off our purchase!


Learning Express Toys

840 N. 10th Pl., Suite A

Renton, Wa 98057


learningexpress.com and Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/learningexpressrenton/

Hours: Mon.-Sat., 10 a.m.-8 p.m.; Sun., 11 a.m.–6 p.m.

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