The Barbie Truck Dreamhouse Living Tour is coming to Westfield Garden State Plaza in Paramus, New Jersey from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 30. The Dreamhouse Truck will be located outside of Entrance 5, to the right of The Capital Grille.
Barbie Pink, Exclusive Merch
Fans can snap up exclusive Barbie merchandise, including clothing, accessories, T-shirts, hoodies, hats, throw blankets, jewelry, water bottles, mugs, makeup cases, clutches, totes, and more.
The Barbie Truck only accepts credit cards, according to information from Mattel.
For more information about the tour at the Westfield Garden State Plaza, click here.
Hitting the Road to Over 20 Cities
Traveling around the country, the Barbie Truck Dreamhouse Living Tour celebrates Barbie’s first live-action film as well as the 60th anniversary of the fashion doll’s move into her first Dreamhouse.
The tour is also stopping at the Menlo Park Mall in Edison on Saturday, Oct. 7; and Cherry Hill Mall on Saturday, Oct. 14.
Barbie is Barbara Millicent Roberts
Barbie was the vision of Mattel’s Ruth Handler, who named the 11.5-inch fashion doll after her daughter Barbara. She debuted Barbie in New York City on March 9, 1959 at the American International Toy Fair.
Two years later, Ken — named for Handler’s son Kenneth — joined Barbie,. The Dreamhouse hit the scene in 1962, and Barbie became a career trailblazer, fashionista and everyone’s bestie. She even went galactic four years before man landed on the moon.
Barbie is sold in 150 countries worldwide and is the most popular fashion doll produced, according to Barbie Media. More than 100 dolls are sold every minute and a Barbie Dreamhouse is sold every two minutes.