Zoos, farms, aquariums…these birthday party venues are for the animal-loving kids.
Thanks so much to Lynn’s Cake and Candy Supplies for sponsoring the 2019 Birthday Party Guide in the Twin Cities.
Lynn’s Cake and Candy Supply | Fridley
This is our favorite place to get all our birthday cake supplies. They know what they are doing and have helped me through a more than one tragedy. Lynn’s offers the perfect party for any skill level. This is a fun environment where each participant will learn how to fill a cupcake with delicious filling, then learn some fun decorating techniques with a piping bag and tip. Wait until you see their faces when they learn how to pipe out 3 colors at once! The group will then use those new skills to decorate their very own 4 cupcakes with our buttercream frosting. Each attendee will leave with their 4 cupcakes safely stored in a clear plastic container and the excitement to do more at home!
Limited to 8 participants, $20/child (excluding the adult chaperone). $50 deposit required. Parties are 60-75 minutes; please schedule your party at least 3 weeks in advance.
Pony parties or horse parties available | All ages | $125 & up
Como Park Zoo & Conservatory | St Paul
8 unique party themes with food options | All ages | $250 & up
Gale Woods Farm | Minnetrista
Spend time on the farm and meet the animals | Ages 4+ | $70 & up
Minnesota Zoo | Apple Valley
Ages 1-18 | $300 & up | Book minimum of 3 weeks in advance
Raptor Center | St Paul
Host a “Hatchday” party, get a tour and meet the birds | Recommended for ages 5-13 | $200 & up
Sea Life Aquarium | Bloomington, Mall of America
Celebrate with life under the sea | Ages 0-12 | | $120 & up
The Animal Humane Society of Minnesota no longer offers onsite birthday parties, but families can schedule a shelter tour and download a DIY party kit available to have your own adopt-a-pet themed birthday party with stuffed pets.
Have a suggestion to add to Twin Cities Birthday Parties for Kids: Animal Lovers? Leave us a comment, we’ll check out your suggestion!