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Garden Games Wigwam Review

By Smilinglikesunshine

Garden Games Wigwam Review
Garden Games Wigwam Review

I have yet to meet a child that does not like a den or a tent. Even if small, such spaces instantly offer great fun. When we were offered a chance to review the wigwam from Garden Games, I knew the kids would love it. The Wigwam stands 1.9m tall and has a diameter of 1.4m. It is very simple to assemble and it is very sturdy, too.  Garden Games Wigwam Review We set it up in the kids' room and you must see the fun it offers! They love reading books in the tent or having a picnic with their cuddly toys. They love hiding in it. (It has a velcro door closing system) Sometimes they insist I or daddy read a book to them in the tent. Well,it is a bit too crowded then, but we like being snug and cosy! Garden Games Wigwam Review
Space is always an issue in this Victorian house so I love that it can be tidied up and put just behind the door! And when they want to play with it again,it is ready in 20 seconds. I can't wait for the summer months when we will be able to play with it in the garden,too. Garden Games has a great selection of garden games, equipments and croquet sets. The wigwam costs £54.99 and it would be a great birthday or Christmas present if you are celebrating it.
Disclaimer: We received the wigwam for review purposes. As always,this review reflects our true and honest opinion. 
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