Twin Cities Birthday Parties for Kids

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Birthday parties. Every year we want to make the annual bash for your birthday child the best EVER. When you handle it all yourself, there is so much for a party host to do: make decorations, create goody bags and party favors, cookies, desserts? Not to mention setup and cleanup.

Lucky for us, the Twin Cities metro area offers a plethora of locations for a child’s birthday party and venues who take a lot of the burden off the parents to make a happy birthday. Indoor birthday party places, outdoor party spots, whatever theme kids can dream, there is probably something in the Twin Cities. We’ve rounded up over 100 of these Twin Cites party places to give you some inspiration for your next birthday celebration! A lot of times, the cost is comparable to throwing a home bash.

Search Kids Birthday Party Ideas By Category

To make the search for your child’s next birthday party easier, we have created separate pages for different types of birthday parties. To begin your search, choose from the categories below to learn more. If you aren’t sure what you are looking for, scroll through our alphabetical index at the end of this page to find a kids birthday party location or party option we cover.

This directory will be updated regularly to give you the most helpful and current information.

Kids Jumping - Active Play & Sports
Sports & Active Play
Kids showing off their painted hands - ARTS
Arts & Crafts
Birthday Parties for Animal Lovers
Birthday Parties for Animal Lovers
Birthday Parties for Curious Kids
Birthday Parties in Parks
Birthday Parties in Parks
Birthday Parties at Home

Alphabetical Index of different party Packages & Kids Birthday Party Places

Follow the link for more details and to compare similar attractions and different birthday party packages. We think there is something to satisfy every birthday kid and their party guests.

Did We Miss Any of Your Favorite Kids Birthday Party Places?

Let us know where you book your child's birthday party. What do you look for in a perfect party? Balloons? Free Play? Hassle Free? A large variety of packes? Add-Ons? Leave a comment to share with the community.

18 thoughts on “Twin Cities Birthday Parties for Kids”

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  2. Hi… another very fun and super awesome experience for Birthday’s is Gamin Ride’s Mobile Video Game Theater! 🙂

  3. I’m trying to find an acting or drama birthday party in the Twin Cities but I don’t think any of the theaters offer one!

    1. Hi Erin:

      Stages Theatre Company offers a “Create Your Own Workshop” option. This might work for a birthday party.

      Another idea is 2 Defy Gravity — a Circus Arts Duo that offers birthday parties. It’s a little off the drama idea, but could be fun.

      While we have no experience with them, there is a company in Edina called DramaKids that has birthday parties.

      I hope some of these ideas help.

  4. Love this post so much!! You have so many great ideas 🙂 I’m currently planning a party for my 2 and 3 year old girls. Thank you!

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  8. Looking for a unique place to host your kid’s birthday party? REM5 Virtual Reality Laboratory offers a birthday party package including food, soda, and 2 hours for kids to explore a wide range of virtual games and experiences! Head to WEBSITE to find out more.

    1. We are so glad you found it useful, Mohammed. Check back and let us know where you ended up hosting your party and how you liked it.

  9. Maladh Jadwa Almasi

    That was really an informative blog. Thanks for sharing the information. Continue doing this.

    1. I’m so glad you found it useful, Maladh. Leave a comment when you’ve chosen your venue and let us know how it goes.

  10. Kristian Poulsen

    Love this pos. You have so many great ideas 🙂 I’m currently planning a party for my 2 and 3 year old girls. Thank you!

    1. Thanks Kristian. We love that you are finding great ideas. Check back and let us know what you ended up doing for your birthday parties and how they went.

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