INSIDE: Roam the Gnome’s Guide to the Pinocchio Shop Rome selling a huge variety of Pinocchio doll items and Pinocchio toys.
Are you a massive fan of Pinocchio?
Are you looking to add to your Pinocchio Doll collection with authentic and cute-as-pie Pinocchio dolls?
Or a vintage Pinocchio doll, or an original Pinocchio doll from Italy?
Real Pinocchio wooden dolls can be HARD TO FIND.
On our last visit to Rome, we stumbled upon the most enchanting Pinocchio Toy Shop near the Trevi Fountain.
Imagine our surprise when we turned the corner outside our apartment block, and found a shop selling Pinocchio dolls and toys, and nothing else!
Take a peek inside!
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- 1 Pinocchio Doll Shop in Rome
- 2 Where to find a Pinocchio Doll Italy style?
- 3 Pinocchio Dolls & Pinocchio Gifts in this Pinocchio Toy Store
- 4 Pinocchio Toys & Pinocchio Souvenirs Italy
- 5 Visit the Online Store of this Pinocchio Toy Shop in Rome!
- 6 Why we think you should book a Vacation to Rome!
- 7 8 FUN FACTS YOU MIGHT NOT KNOW ABOUT ITALIAN PINOCCHIO DOLLS
- 8 1. What does Pinocchio mean in Italian?
- 9 2. Who carved Pinocchio?
- 10 3. Who was in the Cast of Pinocchio?
- 11 4. How old is Pinocchio?
- 12 5. What are the names of the main Pinocchio characters?
- 13 6. Where is Pinocchio from?
- 14 7. Why does Pinocchio’s nose grow?
- 15 8. What is the theme song of Pinocchio?
- 16 Looking for more shopping ideas?
Pinocchio Doll Shop in Rome
In this Italian Pinocchio toy store in Rome, we found a huge variety of Pinocchio toys including more than one type of wooden Pinocchio doll made in Italy.
Where to find a Pinocchio Doll Italy style?
This Pinocchio store in Rome stocks:
- Pinocchio wooden toy dolls for ornamental display
- Pinocchio wheely dolls
- Pinocchio puppets
- Pinocchio marionettes
- Pinocchio doll statues
- Pinocchio wooden soldier dolls
- Jointed Italian Pinocchio dolls
- Wooden Pinocchio from Italy model kits to decorate
- Vintage Pinocchio wooden doll styles
- Hundreds of Pinocchio wooden dolls to play with, in all shapes and sizes
- Pinocchio toys for babies including Pinocchio ring stackers
The Pinocchio toys here are all brand new, but there are some classic old Pinocchio dolls in a similar style to the Disney film.
I didn’t see any hand carved Pinocchio from Italy.
Pinocchio Dolls & Pinocchio Gifts in this Pinocchio Toy Store
Visitors to Rome can shop for Pinocchio gifts for friends and family including:
- Pinocchio picture books
- Pinocchio bottle opener
- Pinocchio door stops
- Pinocchio fridge magnets
- Pinocchio clothes hangers
- Pinocchio musical boxes! (our favourite)
- Pinocchio paperweights
- Pinocchio hair ties
- Pinocchio bedroom door name plaques
- Pinocchio toppers for pencils and pens
- Pinocchio ring dishes
- Pinocchio wall decor and wall ornaments for baby rooms
- Pinocchio stationery – notepads and letter writing paper
- Pinocchio artisan postcards to use as wall displays in a frame
Pinocchio Toys & Pinocchio Souvenirs Italy
Our stuffed suitcase could only fit so many Pinocchio doll figurines!
But luckily for us, and for other Pinocchio lovers like us, this Pinocchio Toy Store has an online store.
All you need to do is apply Google Translate to transcribe the check out page into English, and you can be the owner of a whole bunch of new Pinocchio doll toys too!
Visit the Online Store of this Pinocchio Toy Shop in Rome!
You don’t have to travel all the way overseas to visit this Pinocchio toy shop in Rome or find Pinocchio toys for sale in person.
This Pinocchio store in Rome online shop is the place to purchase all your Pinocchio dolls and Pinocchio souvenirs online, and have them shipped to you.
Pinocchio Dolls for Sale Below:
Click this blue link for the Online Store selling a range of wooden Pinocchio doll made in Italy.
“Gladiator Training” Tour in Rome
Why we think you should book a Vacation to Rome!
We DO recommend you put a visit to Rome on your bucket list!
If only to visit the Pinocchio shop in Rome in person, and follow it up with a visit to an Italian cafe to drink a decadent thick Italian hot chocolate, a reward for the restraint you showed at the shop counter perhaps?
But Pinocchio aside, there are SO MANY fun things to do in Rome with kids, AND for adults too.
It’s the number one place in the world to immerse yourself in the artefacts of Roman culture.
Who doesn’t want to visit the Colosseum and Roman Forum, and walk in the footsteps of the Roman Gladiators who fought in battle in front of crowds of up to 70,000 Roman citizens?
(Did you know you can be a Gladiator for a Day in Rome too? Take a look at this tour we did!)
I know you want to!
Start saving your pennies.
Take a look at our epic guide to Rome below.
8 FUN FACTS YOU MIGHT NOT KNOW ABOUT ITALIAN PINOCCHIO DOLLS
1. What does Pinocchio mean in Italian?
The name Pinocchio is a variant of common pinolo (“pine seed”)
2. Who carved Pinocchio?
Pinocchio the wooden puppet was created by a woodcarver named Geppetto in a village near Florence. He dreamed of becoming a real boy. He is a wooden marionette, controlled by wires, not a hand puppet. One suspects the piece of wood Pinocchio was magic as he moves independently and is lively and animated
3. Who was in the Cast of Pinocchio?
There have been tens of Pinocchio productions over the years. Pinocchio first appeared in a cinematic adaptation in Pinocchio (1911), an Italian live-action silent film, directed by Giulio Antamoro but the most well known is the Disney animation created in 1940, voiced by Dickie Jones.
4. How old is Pinocchio?
The Adventures of Pinocchio was written in 1883 by Italian writer Carlo Collodi, making him over 130 years old!
5. What are the names of the main Pinocchio characters?
Pinocchio, Jiminy Cricket, Geppetto, the Blue Fairy, Lampwick (sometimes called Candlewick), The Coachman, J. Worthington Foulfellow, The Stupid Little Boys, Honest John and Gideon, Figaro the cat, Monstro the Whale, Stromboli and Cleo the goldfish.
6. Where is Pinocchio from?
The story is set in a villa in Collodi, where Carlo Collodi had spent his youth, in 1826. This villa is now named Villa Pinocchio.
7. Why does Pinocchio’s nose grow?
His nose grows whenever he tells a lie. But more interestingly, it is made smaller again when the Blue Fairy summons woodpeckers to peck it back to normal when she is convinced he has learned his lesson.
8. What is the theme song of Pinocchio?
When You Wish Upon a Star, sung by Cliff Edwards in the Disney film.
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