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Toys “R” Us is opening at DFW Airport

The iconic Toys “R” Us toy store is opening in DFW Airport along with other retail shops and restaurants.


Swing by Terminal C to see the new gates with lifesize tree sculptures.

Photo by DFW Airport.

This will have you feeling nostalgic — one of America’s most iconic toy stores is opening its first-ever airport location at DFW Airport.

Earlier this week, the airport announced that Toys “R” Us will open in Terminal A at Gate A28 later this year. An airport representative said, “Every trip is better with a trip to Toys ‘R’ Us on the way.”

The toy store is bringing Geoffrey the Giraffe to the world’s second-busiest airport as it refocuses its business model on store-within-a-store locations. Since filing for bankruptcy in 2017, Toys “R” Us now primarily operates out of Macy’s and a few flagship stores.

Here’s a look at what else is opening at DFW Airport:

Lego | Children, adults, and hobbyists alike can shop for Lego products at the new store in Terminal D near Gate D20 later this year. Pro tip: You can shop for Legos now at the vending machine in Terminal A.

Nowitzki | Dallas Mavericks legend Dirk Nowitzki is opening a sports and celebrity-themed bar in Terminal C later this summer. It’s expected to feature an augmented reality meet and greet + classic meals from Dirk’s home country Germany like chicken schnitzel, bratwurst, and hamburgers.

Eatzi’s Market and Bakery | The Dallas-based eatery will open later this summer in Terminal D. The market is known for its take-out meals like custom sandwiches, pasta, and sweets.

PS VIP Services | The airport approved a 10-year lease agreement with the private luxury terminal that will feature chef-prepared meals, a chauffeur service, private security screenings, and day beds. It’s expected to open in 2024.

If you’re headed to DFW Airport soon, we’re making it easy to navigate the food scene, parking options, terminals, and retail shops. Here’s everything you need to know before you go.

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