STAY AWAY! My wife went to look for some gifts for Christmas at this store. While in the store there was a young child who apparently has autism. This child was acting out so the father took him outside as to not disturb the customers. After the child was outside a bit he opened the door to stick his head in and say sorry. Then the lady working the register said "get out! you are not welcome here"!! The child's mother was still in the store and left very upset after telling the lady she didnt like how she treated her son. My wife also left in disgust. This is a toy store! Stay away!!! This took place on 12/22/2011 in case the owner reads this posting and wants to speak to the person.
Best Specialty Toy Store In Maryland.
Whenever I go into the Village Square at Cross Keys, there is always that same mundane, humdrum attitude that can't help but trounce all over every other emotion I might have at that time. That is...
until I walk into CHILD'S PLAY.
The sheer excitement and enthusiasm from simply staring through the glass into this modern age "wonder emporium" makes me feel as if I am actually ten years old again (in which case I would not be able to enter the store without an adult).
Fortunately, though I can enter the store, and every time I do, it never ceases to amaze me just how many jaw dropping toys are here ready to be played with. What is great about Child's Play is not only do they not frown upon playing and interacting with all of the crazy and wacky inventions, but they encourage it.
Child's Play is simply superb because no matter how old you are everybody leaves with that same feeling of awe and astonishment that they had when they were six. (Whether that is the case or whether the person is sixty.) Child's Play does not hold you to any limitations, because, just like being a kid, all you have to do when you enter this store is bring your imagination.