World's Smallest Barrel of Monkeys: A mini version of the classic game.

World's Smallest Barrel of Monkeys

A miniaturized version of the classic children’s game.

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Item #5002


The World's Smallest Barrel of Monkeys is a barrel of tiny fun. Kids have been making monkeys hold hands in a line for generations, and now the classic game has been shrunken down to its smallest form yet.

The World's Smallest Barrel of Monkeys is a fully playable version of the skill game, but at just 2" tall, the whole set is smaller than you've ever seen. Regardless of their size, this mini monkey game is just as delightful as the original while adding an even bigger challenge to your fun with smaller pieces.

Features & specs

  • The classic skill game made super-small
  • Hook the monkeys together to make a chain
  • Fully playable
  • Includes 1 two-piece barrel, 10 monkeys, and instructions
  • Barrel dimensions (approx.): 2" height x 1" diameter (5.08 cm x 2.54 cm)
  • Monkey dimensions (approx.): 1" wide x 3/4" tall (2.54 cm x 1.9 cm)
Contains 10 monkeys and a barrel-full of fun!
Contains 10 monkeys and a barrel-full of fun!

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