Looking for a fun new place to host your birthday parties in Minnesota? Hosting Educational Children’s birthday parties are our specialty. Our parties are also great for Girls & Boys Scout Troops, Homeschool Groups, Class Outings or Field Trips.
We are conveniently located in Little Canada, neighboring Roseville, Vadnais Heights, Shoreview, White Bear Lake, and St. Paul. Our party location is easily accessible from many nearby cities including: Stillwater, Woodbury, Minneapolis, North Oaks, Mounds view, Blaine, and Mahtomedi, New Brighton, Arden Hills, Forest Lake, Hugo, Forest Lake and more.
Our party venue features hands-on engaging projects for children and teens. All Projects will be led by our staff, following step by step instructions. Some participants will choose to modify and creatively build upon what we have taught, others will just want to play with what they created. Free play can be used to play and experiment with projects, or use for games, food, and gift opening. We leave it up to you to decide, of course we can make recommendations based on your group’s ages and size.
Dates are limited, So book your party today! We offer birthday parties on Saturdays and Sundays. Please email email@example.com or call (651-730-9910) about availability. Party pricing is found below. $100 non-refundable deposit. Parents must provide one adult chaperone per 8 children. We order Pizza from Dominos. Gratuities are not included in prices. Choose from the themes below:
Birthday Parties Themes:
- Crazy Lego Engineering (Ages 4 & up) – different projects for different ages, but all involve Legos and fun. Make spinning tops launchers, and battle your creations. Have a rubberband racer contest or run Lego Mini figures across ziplines.
- Minecraft Movie Making (Ages 7 & up) – Make a minecraft themed stop motion movie.
- Sumo Battle-Bots (ages 9 & up) – Working in pairs, partners will build a base model, and then get to customize it to compete in our Robotic Sumo Ring. Our contest is structured using a double elimination tournament format, where each robot must lose two matches to be eliminated from the tournament.
- Minecraft Mini-Games – (ages 7 & up) – Play minecraft! Learn how to make water canons, go on a group treasure hunt, or play mini-games in minecraft (paintball, spleef, survivor games).
We do allow store purchased foods to be brought in (pizza, cake, snacks, drinks). We just ask food is served after equipment is put away and activities are done.