Flintstones are an iconic animated cartoon series from Hanna-Barbera. It debuted in 1960 and still to this day remains relevant in pop culture. The characters created are famous in their own right and have graced the front of many products over the years as brand ambassadors. Let’s take a look at some of the most famous products related to the Flintstones, some of which that are still in circulation today.
Flintstones Chewable Vitamins
Flintstones vitamins are one of the most recognizable children’s vitamins ever made. They were made in the shape of the most popular Flintstone Characters. They are still available today in 6 different variations.
- Debuted: 1968
- Original Manufacturer: Miles Laboratories
- Vitamin Shapes: Fred, Barney, Wilma, Betty, Pebbles, Bamm-Bamm, Dino, Gazoo
Flintstones Push Pops
Flintstones Push Pops made their debut in the nineties and are still around today, just not with the Flintstone brand. They were a delicious sweet ice cream treat and any kid who grew up in that era couldn’t wait to get their hands on one in the summertime. It was ice cream on the outside with a surprise candy center. The box even had instructions on how to turn itself into a Flinstone car.
- Debuted: 1990
- Manufacturer: Nestle
- Flavors: Orange, Rasberry, Grape, Lime, Cherry, Berry
Fruity Pebbles Cereal
Besides Flintstones vitamins, I’d say Fruity Pebbles cereal is the most popular Flintstone product ever made. It is actually the oldest cereal brand sold with cereal mascots based on television or movie characters.
- Debut: October 1971
- Manufacturer: Post Consumer
- Pebbles Flavors: Orange, Lemon Cherry, Berry Blue, Incrediberry Purple, Bedrock Berry Pink
Lego brought Bedrock to life with their Flintstones children set, #21316. The set comes complete with the iconic Flintstone car, their bedrock home, and all four mini characters. The home features many items including a sofa, TV, mailbox, palm tree, and roof. You can still purchase this set today and it makes a great Christmas gift for kids.
- Debuted: 2019
- Manufacturer: Lego
- # of Pieces: 748
Dressing like a Flintstone character for Halloween or other costume events is always a popular outfit. Each Flintstone is instantly recognizable and the costumes are usually pretty easy to pull off. We will provide some options below for costume ideas.
The Flintstone House
Located in Hillsborough, California is a rather odd house affectionately known as the Flintstone House. The house was an experimental dome design built in 1976 and is a single-family residency.
- Built: 1976
- Architect: William Nicholson
- Features: 2700 sq ft, rounded rooms, rock floors, dinosaur sculptures, Fred Flintstone sculpture
Bedrock City is a now-defunct theme park that was located in South Dakota. The entire park was inspired by the Flintstones including many iconic places such as The Flintstone house, Water Buffalo Lodge, and Mount Rockmore.
- Opened: 1966
- Closed: 2015
- Location: Custer, South Dakota
Flintstone Pinball Machines
The Flintstones have had 3 pinball machines based on their hit cartoon series. The best one in my opinion is this 1994 ICE pinball machine. What sets it apart is the design with the outside shaped like the famous Flintstone car.
- Debut: 1994
- Manufacturer: Innovative Concepts