Finding the perfect playhouse for your child can be a process of trial and error. Each playhouse has its own unique look and different features. This list of kid’s playhouses will help you easily find the perfect playhouse for your kid, whether you want something with slides or creative features or you’re just looking for something simple.
For a simple and adorable playhouse, you can’t go wrong with the Step 2 Neat and Tidy II. It has an open design, which makes supervising your child easy. There is a pass-through mailbox, a working doorbell, a flowerbox, and a kitchen for your child to play house with.
The Deluxe Home and Garden playhouse has an open design and many cool features to engage your child in imaginative play. Your child can play at the workbench or the kitchen area in the house. On the outside, there is a water and sand table for added fun. There is also a picket fence with a small mailbox.
The Step 2 Wonderball Fun is a playhouse and ball pit combined. There are so many ways to play with the balls included in the house. You can toss them onto the roof and watch them fall down the pillars and into the window sills. Or you can play with them on the planks on the inside. The fun is never-ending.
If you’re looking for an over-the-top, extravagant playhouse, the Grand Portico Mansion is the best pick. You will have to construct it yourself, but it comes with all of the necessary parts. It is hand-crafted in America by the Amish and looks like a gorgeous two-story mansion.
This adorable Cape Cottage playhouse looks like it belongs right by sea. It comes with a toy American flag which can proudly wave under the roof. There are two windows that push open and two doors. Your child can receive mail in their mail slot and play in their very own home.
The Sweetheart Playhouse is perfect for any child who adores pink. The walls are white and the roof, door, and windows are pink. There’s even pink hearts on the front of the house. It comes with a planter for flowers, a doorbell, and a table that flips to become a grill.
This adorable Aspen Wood Playhouse has so many awesome features. There is a picket fence with a cute little mailbox to receive all of their letters. They can made pretend food in the kitchen and serve it through the serving window. There is also an old-fashioned doorbell and toy lanterns.
Your child can get active in this awesome Neighborhood Fun Center playhouse. They can enter through the door or crawlspace and make a speedy exit on the slide. There’s also a spot to toss rings onto and a ball target. When your child needs a break they can sit at the snack table and rest.
My First Playhouse is an adorable and simple playhouse for kids that are just starting to get into pretend play. The house has half walls on three sides to make it easy to watch your child play. You can put letters for them into the mailbox and raise the flag so they know they have mail.
If your living area lacks space for a giant playhouse, consider this Folding playhouse, which easily folds down to about the size of a suitcase. It can easily be stored under a bed and taken out whenever your child wants to play in it. It has cute red doors and large side windows.
The Scenic Heights playhouse is raised way up off of the ground to give your kids the treehouse feel without any trees. It has a ladder and steps to climb and reach the inside of the playhouse. There is a sink, storage boxes, and a little bed inside. You can even track your child’s growth with the height chart.
For anyone who wants to save the environment, this Go Green! Playhouse is a fantastic way to teach your children all about living green. It has recycling bins and a planting box, as well as solar powered LED lights for the inside. There is also a rain barrel and a pump sink to teach kids about saving water.
Sit at the bench and eat a snack in this adorable cedar Scenic playhouse. You can enter through the half-door, which is flanked by two cute windows and a place to put flower pots. Inside there is a stove, a sink, and a telephone. The sides are wide open which makes it easy for parents to supervise.
The Easy playhouse is a blank cardboard playhouse that can be designed however your kid likes. There are three options, from a castle to a cottage. The playhouse has two doors, two windows, and two mail slots. The best part is that it is super easy to assemble.
Open up your own play restaurant with this Picnic on the Patio playhouse. One side of the playhouse has a table that is by the window so your child can pass food to their friends. It’s also right by the kitchen which comes complete with a stove and cupboards.
This is the perfect playhouse for any little artists. My Very Own Coloring playhouse is a full-size cardboard playhouse that has designs on the outside that can be colored in. Your child can completely design the house however they want. There are four windows, a door, and a mail slot for added enjoyment.
The Endless Adventures Tikes Town playhouse has four walls each with different play features. There is a sports wall for basketball and soccer. Your child can put gas in their play car at the gas station. The grocery store is always open with play food. Your child can even be a teacher at the school.
Grab some play hotdogs and hamburgers and get ready to have a pretend barbecue in this Gather & Grille playhouse fit for any little grill master. The playhouse’s front porch has a bench and grill, and the inside has a kitchen. Your guests can ring the doorbell before they join the backyard fun.
Travel back to the medieval ages with this fantastic Windsor Castle playhouse. Your child can be King Arthur as they climb the ladder and rock wall to overlook their kingdom. This fort even comes with a working drawbridge that has a magnetic catch!
Hang out on the porch of this adorable Front Porch Playhouse whether it is rainy or sunny out. This cute playhouse comes with a nice front porch that even has a bench and a window to pass things through. The kitchen has a sink and a stove, and the roof has a skylight for extra light.
Feel right at home in this adorable playhouse with two bay windows and a skylight. This Welcome Home playhouse has a roomy interior and comes with a kitchen, range, storage cabinet, and phone for amazing pretend play. There’s even a welcome mat at the front door.
Unleash your inner princess or prince with this magical Princess Palace playhouse. It looks like a castle right of a fairytale. This pink walls and purple roof look adorable. The door has a window in it so you can see all of your invited or uninvited guests before they enter.
Your child can be king of the fort in this Two-Story Playhouse with a slide. The slide is super long and provides a quick escape when playing pretend games with friends. The lower story has a kitchen and an inside ladder up to the second floor. There’s even a functioning doorbell.
This super fun Step 2 Clubhouse Climber features not one, but two slides for plenty of enjoyment. It also has two bubble windows and a skylight to let in a lot of light. Your child can climb over the bridge to the look-out tower or hide beneath it to win a game of hide and seek.
This quirky and odd Swing ‘n Slide playhouse will let your child have a blast in no time. The playhouse is up on stilts so that your child can slide down to the ground on the slide. The roof has windows so that the interior gets extra light. The colors are vibrant and add to the unique look.
Explore the mountains and woods with this colorful and cute Wilderness Log Cabin. Your child can be one with Paul Bunyan as they play in this playhouse that looks like a small log cabin. The doorbell works, with three sounds that include chimes, barking, and meowing.
Fairytales can come to life when you play in this Storybook Cottage from Step 2. Complete with a brick-styled exterior and thatched roof, it will feel as though you have stepped right into Snow White’s world. It comes complete with a kitchenette, clock, phone, and working doorbell.
Go on a vacation right in your back yard with this colorful Country Estate Playhouse. Your child can eat on the picnic table and lounge on the benches or spend time inside playing with friends. This yellow house has red and green accents and looks like it is two stories.
This adorable Countryside Cottage by Step 2 has so many fun features for your child to explore. They can get special letters in their mail slot, pick up the phone, or have visitors ring the working door bell. There is even a planter on the outside. Plus, the large windows can put a parent’s mind at ease while they play.
Let your child explore and play in this adorable wooden Badger Cubby playhouse. It has a vibrant red roof and green windows. The wood has been treated, so that it will last a long time without rotting. This playhouse is big enough for your child and a few friends to play in together.