Doll House Baby & Animals
The very first dollhouse introduced by Fisher-Price was the #250 Doll House in 1978. This dollhouse was sold with a mom, dad, and baby figure. These figures are slightly larger than the scale of the figures used in the Adventure Series line (click here for the Adventure Series People ID). The #250 Doll House remained in production until 1980.
In 1981 Fisher-Price introduced a new doll house, the #280 Fisher-Price Doll House with Lights. This yellow house was sold with a contemporary ceiling light and a table lamp that really lights up, plus 7 battery-powered outlets to accommodate additional lamps. The #280 was not sold with any doll house figures; the figures were sold seperately in the #265 Deluxe Decorator Set Doll House Family. The #280 remained in production until 1984.
In 1985 Fisher-Price gave the doll house and all of the seperately sold doll house accessory sets a "face-lift". Fisher-Price introduced two seperate houses in 1985, the #4400 Fisher-Price Deluxe Lighted Doll House with Furniture, and #4300 Fisher-Price Doll House. Both sets include a pink house with a white roof; however as their name implies the #4400 had lights and outlets and was sold with doll house figures and furniture, whereas the #4300 was just the house (no lights, furniture, nor people). These two one-year-only sets would be the last doll houses that Fisher-Price made until 8 years later at which time they introduced the pre-assembled #4600 Dream Doll House. Oh, did we mention that all of the houses sold from 1978 to 1985 were sold in parts? Before children could play with their new doll house, some poor soul had to put the house together...each house had at least 20 different parts, including a door, inside and outside door frame, windows, inside and outside window frames, walls, the roof, the base, etc. Three cheers for whomever it was at Fisher-Price that designed the wonderful pre-assembled #4600 doll house! From 1993 onward, all of the doll houses were preassembled.
We haven't listed the doll house figures used from 1993 onward because they made so-o-o-o many of them, but we do plan to add them sometime in the future.
We have divided the list of doll house figures into small sections to minimize download (waiting) time. Please note that ALL figures listed below have jointed heads, arms, and legs. Females figures can also swivel side-to-side at the waist.