What could be more fun than going to a toy store? In Westchester we certainly have some terrific ones. What makes our toy stores in Westchester so great is that they are enthusiastic about being a part of the community. Some of them have been making children smile for generations. Why, some know that their customers who are bringing in their children, were once children who happily picked out toys themselves!

Miller's at Mamaroneck Westchester

Miller's in Mamaroneck

335 Mamaroneck Avenue
Mamaroneck, NY 10543
(914) 698-5070

Miller's is a family owned store for generations. It began in 1908 in Harlem, NY, as a bicycle and baby carriage store. By 1948 his son Irving opened the store in Mamaroneck, which soon offered both toys and bicycles that we know and love today. You'll find classic toys, new favorites and bicycles at Miller's.

Auntie Penny in Chappaqua

11 King Street
Chappaqua, NY 10514
(914) 861-2707

At Auntie Penny you'll discover an entire children's emporium dedicated to unique children's gifts, favors and toys. They are known for budget friendly prices and putting smiles on children's faces. They originally began as a five and dime store but recently became a toy store and are happily serving Chappaqua area families.

Try & Buy Toy Stores in Pleasantville

45 Washington Avenue
Pleasantville, NY 10570
(914) 769-2997

You can shop both online and in their brick and mortar store, an option not available at all of the Westchester toy stores we've found. Try & Buy features not only the classic toys but lots of new favorite toys that encourage thinking and curiosity, not simply adding batteries and pressing buttons for hours.

Toy Store in Westchester County NY
Photo from a Nu Toy Store in Tarrytown

A Nu Toy Store in Tarrytown

16 Main Street
Tarrytown, NY 10591
(914) 372-7144

This Tarrytown toy store has been delighting children since 2008, with both new and vintage toys. If you want to introduce your child to the toys from your childhood, the action figures that once made you smile, then this is a great place to locate them. They specialize in finding rare, vintage collectable toys as well, like that Skipper Barbie doll from the 1970's still in her original packaging.