Barbie Dreamhouse coming to Sawgrass Mills

Barbie fans will get to step into a real-life Malibu Mansion starting next month at Sawgrass Mills.

The Sunrise mall will be the only place in the United States to feature the first life-sized replica of the Barbie Dreamhouse. Located in the Oasis section at Sawgrass, the Dreamhouse will feature pink elevators, an endless closet, a walk-in “glitterizer” and a dazzling “diamond” ring display. Girls will be able to enjoy this unique interactive experience, including LED touch screens where they can digitally try on Barbie’s fashions.

The only other Barbie Dreamhouse Experience will be located in Berlin, Germany.

“It is a real coup for Sawgrass Mills to get this first-ever global experience, which will only enhance our already successful mix of retail, dining and entertainment concepts,” said Luanne Lenberg, vice president and general manager of Sawgrass.

The original Barbie Dreamhouse debuted in 1962 and has been a popular place for girls to play house with their Barbie dolls

Admission to the Dreamhouse at Sawgrass will start at $14.95, with special packages available for groups, families of five and a VIP Megastar Experience. The Dreamhouse will run through the end of 2013.

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