John Lewis reveals its top ten toys for Christmas 2023

John Lewis toys

by Emily Gilbert |
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It's never too early to prepare for Christmas, especially when kids and Christmas presents are involved. We've no doubt your little one has already got a wishlist building and a letter ready to pen to Santa. But sometimes, we all need a little inspiration. Thankfully, John Lewis has come to the rescue with their team of tiny toy testers and has announced the most coveted John Lewis Christmas toys to buy this year.

The panel of lucky under-12s has been able to whittle down hundreds of toys to just ten. Talk about one epic playtime!

With surprising throwbacks and triumphant returns, check out the best John Lewis Christmas toys worth keeping an eye out for in the run-up to Christmas.

  1. Gabby’s Dollhouse Girl Doll - £14.99 (Available soon)

  2. Barbie Convertible Doll Car - £27.99 (Available now)

  3. Le Mieux Puppy, Cockapoo - £29.95 (Available soon)

  4. Melissa & Doug Barber Role Play Set - £34.99 (Available now)

  5. John Lewis Wooden Café Set, exclusive to John Lewis - £40 (Available end of September)

  6. Fisher-Price Mix and Learn Music Table - £54.99 (Available now)

  7. Little Live Pets Mama Surprise - £64.99 (Available September)

  8. Hasbro Furby - £74.99 (Available now)

  9. Lego Holiday Main Street, exclusive to John Lewis - £89.99 (Available now)

  10. Scalextric John Lewis vs Waitrose Car Racing Set, exclusive to John Lewis - £129.99 (Available September)

Alan Wright, Toys and Books Category Lead, says “At John Lewis, we value the importance of imagination and want to ensure our smallest customers have the opportunity to experiment through creative-play. The top ten toys offer something for every kid, no matter what they would like to be when they grow up. From a barber shop set and mix and learn DJ table to John Lewis’ very own wooden café set. Our top ten toys will help youngsters develop their nurturing skills, with Mama Surprise and Le Mieux’s Cockapoo showing them how to take care of animals.”

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