A Pirate’s Life For Me: New Children’s Playhouse

A Pirate’s Life For Me: New Children’s Playhouse
Design & Architecture

The pirate ship playhouse that encourages children to be scallywags.

Emma Hutchings
  • 28 march 2011

Ever wanted to sail the high seas? Well with this Pirate Ship playhouse, you can believe you’re doing just that, from your own backyard. The playhouse is a new arrival in this year’s Hammacher Schlemmer catalogue.

A 23’ high treehouse built around a real hollowed-out trunk, it features an assortment of pirate-themed decorations including a skeleton figurehead, crossbones, and a mast with a crow’s nest and flying Jolly Roger flag. The ship’s bow, a balcony and a clubhouse provide areas to play and there is also a swing, fireman’s pole, climbing net, monkey bars, and a corkscrew tunnel slide.

The playhouse was originally designed by Daniels Wood Land, Inc who create a variety of treehouses, carvings and shooting galleries. It would likely be a dream come true for many children, especially since the arrival of Captain Jack Sparrow (played by Johnny Depp) and the popular Pirates of the Caribbean films.

[via Hammacher Schlemmer]

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