The nice thing about Mickey Mouse Clubhouse toys is that they will never go out of style. Mickey and his friends were popular sixty years ago, they’re a big hit with my family, and they’ll continue to be popular when our kids have grandchildren of their own.
I found these five toddler toys that were specifically labeled “Mickey Mouse Clubhouse.” For additional Mickey Mouse toys, you can also see my post Mickey Mouse Toys for Toddlers.
This is a very basic toy that doesn’t have any fancy high-tech bells and whistles. It doesn’t make any sounds and doesn’t require batteries. It includes Mickey and Minnie figures, see-saw, telescope, table, and two stools. There is a working trap door, a slide that the figurines fall through, and an airplane that spins around the head.
This train comes with Mickey (dressed as a conductor) and Pluto. The train wobbles as you move it around, making it look like a cartoon, while the arms on the front move. It plays music and says phrases like, “Next stop, Goofy’s farm.” You can make the sounds either by pushing the train or pushing the yellow “Mickey head” on the front.
It comes with demonstration batteries, but requires two AA batteries plus a Phillips screwdriver for the lid.
This toy is only 4 x 7.9 x 5.5 inches, so if you’re expecting anything like a full-size tool box, you’ll be disappointed. However, it is very sturdy and can withstand a lot of toddler abuse. It contains fifteen pieces and is a great toy for kids who enjoy taking things apart and putting them back together.
This set of five plastic figures includes Mickey and Minnie Mouse, Goofy, Pluto, and Donald Duck. Other than Pluto, they are all posable and bend at the waist. They can be used alone or to go along with a playset. They would make great bath toys or birthday cake toppers. Just don’t place them too close to the candles!
This puzzle contains eight chunky wooden pieces that are easy for little hands to manage. The picture of each character is located on the puzzle, so it’s doable for even a very young toddler. The pieces are thick enough to stand up independently, letting them double as figure toys.
This set includes not only a car and garage for Mickey Mouse, but also a roof where he can take a break and relax, including a chair, cooler, and beach umbrella. Even though Mickey it is the only figure, you can see Chip and Dale when you open the cooler. It’s worth noting that Mickey, his car, and his chair are all separate pieces and could get lost easily if you’re not careful.
Which one of these toys do you think your little Mickey Mouse Clubhouse fan would like the best?