50+ Places to Host Your Child’s Next Birthday Bash in Austin
Birthdays are a true occasion to celebrate the little ones in our lives, but can we be honest for a moment? Planning a child’s birthday party can be overwhelming and sometimes, before you know it, the little party you’ve organized has quickly ballooned into an all out extravaganza of epic proportions. That’s not just me….right?? In an attempt to ease some of the stress of putting a party together and to prevent you from feeling like a used up pinata, here are over 50 ideas for where to celebrate your child’s next birthday.
Whether you have a big corporate event coming up or a birthday party for your child, our parties always deliver excitement for even the most hard-to-please audience. We proudly serve our customers both at our private arcade and events facility in Austin, in addition to bringing all of our great games straight to their party throughout Texas. No matter what type of audience comes to your special event, they’re sure to have a great time with fun and games for all!
A birthday party at the aquarium will be a fun, unique memory you won’t forget. An educator will assist your party and take your guests on an aquarium tour where all your guests can interact with sea life, reptiles and birds. Settle in for your kid’s celebration at a birthday party table, bring cake, goodies, pizza, whatever you like to make a fun celebration of your own. (Aquarium birthday parties include admission for each party guest, reserved table within the aquarium for two hours, an educator to host your party, one free activity token and a goody bag per child. Birthday child gets a special lanyard and a free shirt from the aquarium.)Austin Zoo is a great location for birthday parties of all ages! Austin Zoo Birthday Parties can occur in a Picnic Grove or in one of three specific venues – the Peacock Barn, Primate Pavilion or Events Pavilion. The zoo even offers a Birthday Package, which fills all your zoo party needs without the hassle! Take a look here for a complete list of the zoo’s birthday party options. To reserve your party, or with any questions, call at 512-288-1490.Polar Bear Plunge – Obviously, a true polar plunge party wouldn’t work with children but a polar bear-themed party would be fun. A picnic and swim time would make for a great summer party. Cute invitation example here and some polar bear inspiration here.Sky Candy is East Austin’s own Aerial and Circus Arts studio! At their fun and safe birthday parties, kids ages 6 and up learn to fly and spin on the Trapeze, Silks, Aerial Hoop, and more, guided by highly trained professional aerial teachers. Space rental packages with time for cake and presents available.We’ll do all the work and you’ll have all the FUN! Our pottery painting parties are fantastic for celebrating and creating keepsakes. Book your party today!There’s no party like a dance party! Choose a Princess Ballerina Party, Hip Hop Dance Party, Themed Dance Party, or Musical Theatre Party for 2-18 years old. Your Princess Ballerina party begins with the birthday girl or boy and guests changing into Princess gowns and Knight armor. After the party, enjoy your treats in your private room. You can mingle and celebrate with your guests, and then leave the clean up to us. Contact the Avery Ranch location at 512-658-2996 or the Allandale location at 512-419-7611.Round up some boxes and create some little ‘cars’, hang a sheet, and have a little backyard movie party for the birthday boy/girl.There are a ton of splash pads around town and Ricky Guerrero is a great one because of the wonderful shade that covers the water area. A picnic party at the park would be great in warmer weather and could be enhanced with squirt bottles and buckets for the splash pad.Located near the Domain, they host kid’s parties for ages 12 and under, which include 2 hours of unlimited Topgolf, kid friendly meal baskets and soft drinks. Also, this can be great for any social gathering!
- Backyard Camping Party – If you’re brave enough to have a slumber party, a camping themed party complete with a tent in the backyard would make for a great party.
- Half-Birthday Party – If you have a December baby, there’s always the ‘half birthday’ celebration that can be had to avoid the intermingling with the holidays.
- Rise and Shine Birthday Breakfast – Get the party started early and have guests come in their pajamas to enjoy some breakfast and cake.
- Cardboard Box Party – Sounds glamorous, right? Gather as many cardboard boxes as you can find and have a building party!
- Pay it Forward Party – Be rebellious and break the typical birthday plan. Find an organization that can allow a group of children to help out in some way and have a party where kids can be helpful and further their social conscience. Volunteer Match is a great site to start figuring out where help is needed.
- Veterans Memorial Pool – The pool located in Cedar Park has various sized shade covers available to rent for your party space.
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