Little Medical School

St. Louis Birthday Party Venues
314-279-1948
707 N. New Ballas Road
Creve Coeur, MO 63141

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!

Little Veterinarian School. Appropriate for ages 4-12. Your child will learn how animals are cared for, and each party-goer receives a premium stuffed Little Veterinarian School dog.

Future Pediatrician! Be the first to host a Future Pediatrician party for your child and his or her friends! Perfect for ages 4-12, the Future Pediatrician Party includes a premium 12" Little Medical School doll, reusable baby wipes, a hospital ID tag and adoption certificate.

All parties include a Little Medical School trained instructor-led class (one hour) and one hour in our private party space for refreshments, cake and gifts, plus a Little Medical School t-shirt for the birthday child! Upgraded party favors are available. Contact us today to schedule your child's next party!

 

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