Playmobil has released a new line of Spirit: Riding Free playsets perfect for fans of the incredibly popular Netflix series from Dreamworks. Join Lucky, Pru, Abigail and their horses as they set out on new adventures in Miradero.
Both my girls adore Spirit, and are also huge Playmobil fans, so they were really excited to try out some of the new Spirit Riding Free Playmobil Playsets.
The largest playset in the series is The Barn which includes the two storey barn building, a connecting stable, Lucky, Pru, Abigail, Pru’s father, and Sagebrush the horse as well as all the accessories that bring the playset to life. The set-up for this playset definitely requires adult assistance as there are 153 pieces to sort out.
The barn has two floors, with working doors on each level, along with a hook/winch to bring things up to the second level. The set comes with one stall for Sagebrush the horse.
There are lots of little details included, like a hammock, hooks for tack, birds, cat, and mice.
We also got to check out the 51 piece Snips and Senor Carrots playset, which includes Snips and his donkey Senor Carrots, a stall and hay plus additional fencing and accessories. This set fits together nicely with The Barn and allows you to expand your Spirit playset.
We also received the Classroom Set which doesn’t come with a building, but you get two characters (Lucky and Ms Flores) plus many accessories. The included blackboard includes repositionable stickers which is a lot of fun for the kids.
Playmobil is well-known for their quality and attention to detail, and these playsets are no exception. The Playmobil Spirit: Riding Free playsets are sure to provide hours of fun for any fan of Spirit. The large collection of accessories and fun details included within each playset is a lot of fun for slightly older kids who love setting up stories for themselves.
My girls will spend hours after school setting up their Spirit playsets and acting out imaginative stories featuring the characters. It’s an absolute joy to watch them play with their playmobil sets.
The featured sets are all suitable for children aged 4 and over, and are available from nationwide retailers as well as on Amazon.
Disclosure: I received the above mentioned product in order to facilitate this review, however all thoughts and opinions are honest and my own.
Elizabeth Lampman is a coffee-fuelled Mom of 2 girls and lives in Hamilton, Ontario. She enjoys travelling, developing easy recipes, crafting, taking on diy projects, travelling and saving money!