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Playmobil NHL Take Along Arena

Playmobil NHL Take Along Arena

Best forLittle hockey fans 5+

Top BenefitsEncourages imaginative play, portable, minimal assembly required

ConsiderationsLots of small pieces

Bottom linePlaymobil’s NHL Take Along Arena is made for hockey fans who want to take the arena with them wherever they go.


playmobil.caCAD $59.99
playmobil.usUSD $44.99


  • Comes with 3 figures
  • Includes a range of small accessories: trophies, water bottles, pylons, etc.
  • Folds up and locks, and has a handle for easy transport


He shoots, he scores! Our little testers cheered with delight over this realistic hockey arena. There’s little assembly required, but kids may need some help finding and putting pieces together. The set comes with three figures, as well as a range of tiny accessories (think trophies, water bottles, pylons and a first aid kit) to bring the game to life. Kids will especially love making players “shoot” the puck into the net with a spring-loaded stick. Best of all, this play set folds up easily to store away. Crafted with high quality materials, there’s little doubt that the Playmobil NHL Take Along Arena will last a long time; serious hockey fans may even want to pass this one down to future generations! And thanks to Playmobil’s extensive line, you can always add to this set to create a whole world of imaginative play for little ones.

There's lots of small pieces that are super cute and add to the stories we came up with while playing with this toy. It packs up easily and quickly—great for on-the-go fun!” –Jess, mom of two
This article was originally published on Oct 12, 2018

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Sadiya is a senior editor at Today's parent. Her work can also be found in MSN Canada, FASHION Magazine, Tinybeans, MoneySense and Parents Canada.