Priced at $155, this is one of the best Barbie doll house models out there because it is inspired both by a feature film that is very popular with tween girls, Disney’s Tangled, as well as by a classical fairytale, the perennial favorite Rapunzel. Legend has it Rapunzel lived in the tallest and most beautiful tower in her realm, and this three-foot tall tower is surely a close replica. The tower features five fully furnished rooms for your dolls to play in, Rapunzel’s chameleon friend Pascal, plus an endless hair extension for the princess herself.
Some of the best Barbie doll house models are vintage-inspired, and this certainly applies to the Classic Heirloom Victorian Dollhouse from Melissa & Doug. It costs $117, made out of wood and extremely elegant. The interior is fully detailed, as is the exterior, making this a family-value heirloom that your kids will surely cherish and remember fondly throughout the years, as that one toy they loved most during their childhood.
According to Amazon and the customer reviews from happy parents the Barbie DreamHouse was the best Barbie dollhouse ever designed. The price was steep but just this once, I was willing to loosen off my purse strings and treat my niece to a wonderful gift.
This is one of the best selling Barbie doll house models out there because it’s very affordable for one thing, priced at only $68.22. For another, it is a very interactive design, with two fully removable turrets, balconies, a flying buttress and even a working drawbridge, to protect your princess during times of war. It’s made out of sturdy wood, for hours upon hours of endless fun. In addition, it has a flag, cute pink roofs and décor accents and can be folded and stacked away safely when your kid’s not playing with it.