Something for everyone at The Fun Shop

26 November 2019 | Supplements

The Fun Shop is a party, dress up and toy shop with a huge variety of good bargains and items for people of all ages.

The shop is owned and run by Janine Bruns and Edith Knoetze.

According to Bruns, staff members are not only proud of offering clients personalised service, they also strive to keep up with the latest trends.

The Fun Shop’s sales team consists of three sales representatives. They are known for their kind and helpful service when assisting clients in finding the perfect outfit.

“Your event is really important to you, and our staff will always be eager to help making it as special as possible,” says Bruns.

“We offer a wide range of toys, party supplies and dress up options for young and old. We offer the latest trends in children’s toys, which are both educational and fun. Our party and carnival section has expanded to accommodate a wide range of themes and other decor. We also have helium party gas to fill balloons as well as a variety of balloon decorations for special occasions,” she says.

“We sell a large variety of toys including and not limited to LEGO, Playmobil, Sylvanian Family, Barbie, Baby Born, Bruder toys, Hotwheels and various board games. We sell a lot of puzzles and also keep up with the latest trends in toys, like Paw Patrol, PJ Mask, LOL Surprise Dolls and many more,” says Bruns.

The Fun Shop is situated at 19 Nathaniel Maxuilili Street (the road that leads to Walvis Bay), opposite Supertronix, next to PEP and Beares.

It offers the best shopping experience for kids in store and online.

All products at The Fun Shop are also available at

The business is open from 09:00 to 17:00 weekdays and 09:00 to 13:00 on Saturdays. The shop is closed on public holidays unless otherwise advertised.

The shop also helps busy people create amazing parties with unique, modern party themes and gorgeous balloon designs. All their products are hand-picked, stylish and will help you throw a party with a “wow factor”.

“We have everything you need for all occasions, including baby showers, hen parties, weddings, anniversaries, children’s and adult’s birthdays and every seasonal event including Christmas and New Year’s Day. In the dress up section, we offer an extensive selection of ladies’ fancy wear, men’s costumes, children’s fancy wear, wigs and costume accessories,” says Bruns.

She adds The Fun Shop is unique and special.

“We offer an amazing selection of cool, unique, stylish products to help you achieve your dream party look or toy. We offer quality products. If you’re busy and may have left ordering your supplies till the last minute, we can supply you with products fast. Make use of overnight delivery options where possible so you can get your products at a time that suits you.

“We courier products straight to your door all over Namibia,” says Bruns.

The Fun Shop is also the ideal place to find a Christmas gift with a twist, she says.

“Whether you're just starting to shop for Christmas presents for your children, or looking for unique Christmas decor, we've got you covered.”

The Fun Shop opened its doors as Bxtreme Hobbies in August 2007 as a hobby and toy shop with a difference. Bxtreme Party Supplies was added to the business in 2010 as a party and dress up shop.

“As we changed the focus of our shop to party supplies, costumes and accessories, while retaining the toy section, we decided to also update and change our name and logo – hence the creation of The Fun Shop.”

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