St. Louis Birthday Party Venues

Challenger Learning Center

Have an "out of this world" birthday celebration at the Challenger Learning Center. The two-hour party program includes exclusive use of the Challenger Learning Center facility, where party goers can take on a Rendezvous with a Comet mini mission, build rockets and enjoy cake and punch. 

Party packages are available for ages 5 and up and ages 12 and up, and include Challenger Learning Center invitations and a party favor for each child. Blast off to big-time fun! Learn more at our web site.

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TrapezeSTL

It's up, up, and away for your favorite birthday boy or girl! TrapezeSTL lets your child and up to 9 of their friends fly like superheroes at St. Louis' only flying trapeze center. For two hours, party guests can learn to swing, flip, and soar from experienced trapeze artists in a safe, outdoor setting. Located behind the Chesterfield Doubletree Hotel, TrapezeSTL offers party dates from May 26 — October 14, 2018, and welcomes kids age 6 and older to participate.

 

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St. Louis Event Space

Your party at St. Louis Event Space includes entertainment by Circus Kaput, face painting, balloon twisting, magic shows, decoration colors in your choice, goody bags and more. And these are just some of the options included in our party package deals! 

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Bricks 4 Kidz - St. Louis and Chesterfield

Is your child a LEGO-maniac? Then they’re sure to love a Bricks 4 Kidz birthday party. We bring the party to you! Our experienced hosts will provide 90 minutes of LEGO activities and entertainment, including motorized LEGO models, LEGO games, building challenges, and free-play with our giant tubs of LEGO bricks. Plus, the birthday child gets a Bricks 4 Kidz t-shirt.

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Mad Science of St. Louis

We have birthday parties down to a science! Mad Science birthday parties entertain children of all ages with exciting, high-energy, interactive shows that come to you. From lighting up balls of plasma, to discovering the mystery of fireworks, to discovering objects that float through columns of air, kids will be amazed by the number of cool and interactive demonstrations, chemical reactions and activities we bring to the party! Parents love the fact that Mad Science birthday parties are mess-free and hassle free. Contact us today to book your child's party!

 

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Sweetology

Host your party at the sweetest destination in St. Louis! Your Sweetology® Decorating Party will be a canvas for creativity, filled with fun, sprinkled with delightful laughter and topped with satisfied smiles. Sit back, relax and enjoy, while we deliver a hassle-free memorable party experience!

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Little Medical School

Have your child's next birthday party at Little Medical School, where we inspire tomorrow's healthcare providers today! 

At Little Medical School, choose from five birthday party themes for your child:

What is in the Doctor's Bag? Fun for ages 4-6. Each child will enjoy crafts, and receive a disposable white coat and diploma!

Is There a Surgeon in the House? Perfect for ages 5-12. Kids dress up like a surgeon wearing gloves and a face mask, which they get to keep. Each participant will receive a disposable white coat and diploma!

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Boo at the Zoo Nights
Tuesday, October 16, 2018
Wednesday, October 17, 2018
Thursday, October 18, 2018

Explore the St. Louis Zoo after dark during special Boo at the Zoo Nights. This non-scary celebration is designed just for kids and families, and costumes are encouraged.

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Tuesday Tails
Tuesday, November 6, 2018
Tuesday, November 13, 2018
Tuesday, November 20, 2018

Visit the Animal Protective Association (APA) of Missouri for a free story time for preschoolers and help foster their love of animals.

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Parent & Me Pony Rides, Crafts and Farm Animal Experience
Tuesday, October 16, 2018

Parents! Bring your little ones for this fun parent & me activity at Castlewood Stables. You'll participate in pony rides, equestrian interactions, enjoy a farm animal petting area and a craft session. Activities will be held rain or shine in an indoor facility. During October, this event will be Halloween-themed, and kids are welcome to wear costumes (as long as they won't get in the way of them riding a horse).

 

 

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Balloon Twisting Workshop
Tuesday, October 16, 2018
Saturday, October 27, 2018

Kids can bring out their inner sculptors and learn how to twist the basic balloon dog, a simple balloon hat, a huge octopus and more at this free workshop led by the pros at Circus Kaput. 

 

 

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