Pennsylvania Locations

Children’s Palace #94 – 1051 Washington Pike – Bridgeville, PA 15017

Children’s Palace #21 – Millcreek Mall – Erie, PA 16565

Children’s Palace #67 – 135 Donahue Road – Greensburg, PA 15601

Children’s Palace #124 – 880 Plaza Blvd – Lancaster, PA 17601

Children’s Palace #45 – 3561 William Penn Highway – Monroeville, PA 15146

Children’s Palace #53 – 251 Clairton Boulevard – Route 51 – Pittsburgh, PA 15236

Children’s Palace #47 – 7375 McKnight Road – Pittsburgh, PA 15237

Children’s Palace #125 – 409 Scranton Carbondale Hwy – Scranton, PA 18508

Children’s Palace #162 – Robinson Town Centre – 1200 Park Manor Blvd – West Pittsburgh, PA 15205

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Joseph P.

My name’s Joseph Pratt from Pittsburgh. Whenever I was younger, I used to visit the Children’s Palace store in Bridgeville, PA. I used to like to go there a lot. Thankfully, the building is still there … and a Sears Outlet store is there now.

I also used to watch their videocassette, which is called the “Video Toy Chest,” whenever I was younger.

I will remember Children’s Palace for a long time!

Garrett H.

I grew up in northern WV, my mom used to take my brothers and I up to Bridgeville quite a lot- we would often go to Children’s Palace and then to Chuck E. Cheese’s down the hill. Lots of good memories from going up there.


Thank you for this. I’m 35 now, but have the faintest memory as a very young child of visiting the Palace location in Viewmont, near Scranton, before it closed. I think my parents bought me a game cartridge for the original Game Boy. This memory persists because it was the only time I was at the store because we lived closer to Wilkes-Barre. I remember the castle-like facade and the brightly lit interior. My family probably incorporated it into a trip to Sugarmans in Eynon. Oh, the mind’s eye.

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