Recently we were offered the opportunity to test drive some toys of our choosing through Childsmart, and for this review we selected the Brio Adventure Tunnel. 

Everything that I said in my review of the Brio Rollercoaster set is true too for this piece – it’s a really well made, high quality toy. The plastic is sturdy, the hinges are strong and the sounds are still going strong after several months of play!

Rafa was really excited to get the Brio tunnel, he’s been asking for one ever since we first went to the coast house with the impressive train set (also Brio I believe) at the beginning of last year. 

It’s also been one of Harriet’s favourite toys, and at just under 2 years old she will now put all the pieces of the track together herself for a good 30-45 minutes of independent play.

You can see them below getting stuck into it:

As with the Rollercoaster Set, I’d definitely recommend the Brio Adventure Tunnel to add on to your existing wooden train set =)


Disclaimer: All opinions stated in this post are my own, are genuine and truthful. Compensation for this post was received in the form of the toy, no monetary compensation was received.