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8943 University Ave. NE, Blaine, MN 55432
12945 Elm Creek Blvd N., Maple Grove, MN 55369
445 Commerce Dr., Woodbury, MN 55125
1025 Burnsville Center, Burnsville, MN 55306
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Hours vary by location

Chuck E Cheese is a national franchise restaurant with four Twin Cities locations. As most adults grew up with the commercials during Saturday morning cartoons, we don’t really need an introduction. We know that Chuck E. Cheese is “where a kid can be a kid.” Each restaurant centers around kids entertainment with arcade-style games (purchase a Play Pass card or Play Band at the front desk) and free fun that includes an indoor playground with climbing tubes. They also have a dance floor where a Chuck E. stops by to dance hourly. It’s a kids dream and an introverts nightmare. The Twin Cities locations that we have visited or heard about tend to be clean and well-kept with friendly, helpful staff.

One thing we love about Chuck E. Cheese is that kids earn tickets while playing games, which they can then trade in for merchandise prizes, like toys and candy. This is a great incentive to get them out the door when it is time to go home.

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Find Weekday Family Meal Deals

We have a link to current specials at the bottom of this page. Many parents choose to wait until a special occasion, like a birthday party, to subject themselves and their kids to the sensory overload. I think that might be a mistake. I’m here to tell you that going for a weekday pizza isn’t horrible – I mean the menu items are all pretty horrible — the weekday experience is less chaotic than weekends.

Deals can come and go and tend to only last a limited time, so check the links before heading out, but week day deals can make a family night out affordable and fun – depending on whether your focus is dinner or play.

Good Behavior Rewards

We always mention the Good Behavior Rewards in our Twin Cities Summer Reading Programs article, but you can do it year round and it doesn’t have to be about reading. Parents set the goal and track the progress, and when kids reach the goal, they can get 10 free pay points.

Birthday Parties at Chuck E. Cheese

Birthday party packages for a child’s birthday include a 2-hour table reservation with festive tablecloth, paper plates and utensils. You’ll get a dedicated host and two slices of pizza plus unlimited pop for the kids. The party guests also get tokens (or points) to play games and the birthday kid gets to stand in a box and have tickets blasted at him while he scoops up as many as he can. Party prices are per per child and prices depend on the location and on the package chosen.

Don’t forget to sign your kids up for their rewards. They get Birthday Freebies, even if you don’t book a party.

Sensory Sensitive Sundays

Participating locations open 2 hours early on the first Sunday of the month to offer a sensitive-friendly experience for kids.

Phone Numbers:

  • Blaine: (763) 785-2966 (Facebook)
  • Burnsville: (952) 892-7786 (Facebook)
  • Maple Grove: (763) 494-5520
  • Woodbury: (651) 702-0700 (Facebook)

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