Not-so-average toy shops

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Berwyn's Toys & Trains

  • Price band: 3/4

This veritable palace of playtime locomotives lures regular customers to near-west suburban Berwyn not just from Cook County but from northern Indiana and southern Wisconsin, too. (Toy-train

  1. 7025 Ogden Ave
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  1. 2319 N Damen Ave, (at Lister Ave)
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Cat and Mouse Game Store

  • Price band: 2/4
  1. 2212 W Armitage Ave, (between Leavitt St and Oakley Ave)
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Galactic Force Toys and Games

  • Price band: 2/4

The force is with gamers at this eclectic space. Pick up the Star Wars action figure you've always wanted to show your kid how you played back in the day. Or find a board game the whole family will

  1. 1121 W Belmont Ave, ((at School St))
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Gigi's Dolls and Sherry's Teddy Bears

  • Price band: 2/4

This museum-like space is geared toward serious doll collectors looking for treasures by Madame Alexander and other big-name designers, but there’s plenty here for little and big lovers of dolls

  1. 6029 N Northwest Hwy, ((between Neola and Nettleton Aves))
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Toys et Cetera

  • Price band: 2/4

This Chicago mini chain (there are also locations in Hyde Park, Lincoln Park and Evanston) sells toys and games with an educational bent that don't skimp on fun. Outdoor play becomes extra fun with

  1. 5311 N Clark St, ((between Glenwood Ave and Clark St))
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Monster Island Toys

  • Price band: 2/4

Looking for a Godzilla figurine? Head to this recently reopened toy shop in Bridgeport. Owner Loris Basso shares his love of the famous movie monster with shoppers in the form of Godzilla posters,

  1. 750 W 35th St, (at Emerald Ave)
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Robot City Workshop

  • Price band: 2/4
  1. 3236 N Sheffield Ave, (between Belmont Ave and School St)
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Rotofugi

  • Price band: 3/4
  1. 2780 N Lincoln Ave, (at Diversey Ave)
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Uncle Fun

  • Price band: 1/4

This wacky little Lakeview shop is packed with quirky sundries that don’t do much—except make you laugh. It’s likely one of the city’s few retail establishments that sees a spike in sales

  1. 1338 W Belmont Ave, (between Southport and Lakewood Ave)
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