Michigan Locations

Children’s Palace #102 – 2050 S. Telegraph Road – Bloomfield Hills, MI 48302

Children’s Palace #100 – Fairlane Town Center – 780 Town Center Drive – Dearborn, MI 48126

Children’s Palace #139 – Kill Creek Centre – 5038 Miller Road – Flint, MI 48507

Children’s Palace #169 – 2895 Radcliff Drive – Kentwood, MI 49512

Children’s Palace #134 – Novi Town Square – 43075 Crescent Blvd – Novi, MI 48375

Children’s Palace #118 – 31900 Gratiot – Roseville, MI 40866

Children’s Palace #120 – 4460 Bay Road – Saginaw, MI 48603

Children’s Palace #117 – 13975 Hall Road – Shelby Township, MI 48315

Children’s Palace #136 – 650 John R Road -Troy, MI 48083

Children’s Palace #119 – 14930 Toledo-Dix – Southgate, MI 48195

Children’s Palace #101 – 35300 Central City Parkway – Westland, MI 48185

4 thoughts on “Michigan Locations”

  1. I think you have the Roseville, MI. Gratiot location wrong. That Toys-R-Us (Corner of Gratiot and Masonic) has been there as long as I can remember, back to the mid 1970s, at least. Now, it could have been Children’s Palace in the 60s and early 70s. But I clearly remember going there with my Mom many times through out the mid 70s and onward into the 80s. We lived very close to it. Do you know what years this was supposed to be a Children’s Palace? There was a large toy store, which I think may have been The Children’s Palace about a 1/4 to 1/2 mile south of the Toys-R-Us, in what used to be a shopping strip that included Farmer Jack, a Mineke Brake & Muffler Shop, and a local Pub. There is now a Sam’s Club on that location which is at 31720 Gratiot Ave. Thanks for your work on this.

    1. Hi Kevin,

      Thank you for pointing out the error on the location of the Roseville, MI location.

      Because several of the buildings were heavily modified or torn down, I wasn’t quite sure where the old Children’s Palace was located.

      Many of the locations were taken over by Toys R Us, as well as Best Buy, and since I saw there was a TRU in the general area, I pointed to that.

      This has now been corrected – thank you for pointing out the error.

      1. Hi Peter, we’re back to that Roseville location again. Going from memory, that Sam’s Club in the picture used to be a Pace Membership Warehouse. I believe what is now the JC Penney next to it on the right was the Children’s Palace. I bought my NES from there in 1986!

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