Parents Drop Kids Off At Colorful Castle Every Day Because It’s Actually A Preschool

When I think of a preschool I imagine colorful classrooms and field trips to the local library. By no means do I imagine a castle.

There are some children in Russia, however, who will always associate their preschool days with a beautiful castle.

The Castle of Childhood, a preschool located in Russia, is not only a fully functioning preschool — it’s also a giant, fully functioning castle.

The Castle of Childhood, which is modeled on a well known Bavarian castle,  is 65,000 square feet of pure beauty, containing classrooms, playgrounds, and even an observatory. It opened up this year, and can accommodate up to 150 lucky students.

Going to school here is probably just like living in a fairy tale, and I bet every little student feels like a prince or a princess.

As the video says, I don’t think the school offers any courses on royal etiquette, but I bet those classes would fit right in at the Castle of Childhood.

This school is a dream come true for little kids who dream of living in a fairy tale, or going to school in Disney World. Honestly, I’d go back and do school all over again if it meant I could spend my days somewhere that looks like this!

Check out the video below to see this unbelievably beautiful school, and please SHARE this video on Facebook!

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