Smyths Toys is a leading provider of children's entertainment products with 70 stores throughout the UK and Ireland. The company's goal is to provide consumers with an extensive range of high quality products at competitive prices.
We offer you the largest range of toys, bikes and video games at the lowest prices. There is something to suit every age at Smyths from nursery products to preschool, toys for all ages as well as bikes, video games, DVD's, books and activity kits to encourage learning and develop creativity for all ages.
Our Stores are open 7 days a week, all year 'round and accept all major credit cards. See our Payment Terms for further details. Please see here for information regarding Opening Hours, Home Delivery, and Safety.
This website, and our app, is operated by Smyths Toys HQ, company number 501390 with a registered office at Lyrr 1, Mervue Business Park, Galway, Ireland. Our VAT numbers are IE9812973W and GB 117254824.
Our Terms and Conditions are provided by Smyths Toys HQ, its subsidiaries and associates (referred to as Smyths Toys, the Smyths Toys Group, 'us', 'our' or 'we' in these terms) which include Smyths Toys, Company Registration Number 119138, Smyths Toys NI Ltd, a company incorporated and registered in NI with a registered office c/o Johnston Kennedy DFK, 10 Pilots View, Heron Road, Belfast BT3 9LE. Company Registration Number NI06083, and Smyths Toys UK Ltd., a company incorporated and registered in England and Wales with a registered office c/o Royds, 65 Carter Lane, London EC4V5HF, England. Company Registration Number 06051517.
Correspondence for all Smyths Toys companies:
Lyrr Building 1,
Mervue Business Park,
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Smyths Toys are committed to giving something back and concentrate our efforts on nominated charities each year to which we make discreet donations. Our nominated charity currently include:
Children with Cancer UK
Northern Ireland Cancer Fund for Children, and
LauraLynn, Ireland's Children's Hospice.
We are also proud to have substantially contributed towards the building of the new National Cardiology Unit at Our Lady's Children's Hospital in Crumlin.