6 Kids Party Venues in New York You Will Love

Yombu Post Author Chanel Hoole

Written by (Author):  Chanel Hoole
Last updated:  November 2, 2023

The first wow of the day.

See it coming from afar, the perfect party venue. It gets guests excited before the party planning has even officially begun. And there’s a venue for every type of personality – craft-maker, simple Suzie or action seeker. We’ve got a list of Kids Party Venues in New York and added our top selection below, with their contact details and website addresses for convenience.

We hope that you find this list useful and if you like it enough,… Consider hiring Yombu’s amazing entertainment to make your party just a little bit extra special.

Brooklyn Craft Farm

Unleash their inner Michelangelo with Brooklyn Craft Farm, with artsy parties and 6 x 12ft tarp. This is ideal for small, intimate gatherings, as they only allow 8 kids max, including the birthday child. They provide all the craft supplies and you bring the food.

The Art Farm

More art fun, with farm animals thrown in. The Art Farm is a nature learning center with exotic animals and a space for themed parties, with pizza and cake. The children will enjoy a guided craft time, with the natural backdrop as inspiration and fill their lungs with fresh air. Sounds idyllic.

Taste Buds Kitchen

From arty crafts, to food art. Taste Buds Kitchen lets the children make their own party menu, with pizza, cupcakes, and donuts, sliders, and milkshakes. They allow all ages, in large or small groups, guided by helpful chef staff.

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Jodi’s Gym

Where the children learn to do the splits. Not necessarily during the party – unless you want to. This kids gymnastics gym lets the children be energetic monkeys swinging from bars and balancing on beams for 90 minutes. They set up a party room, and serve all the yummies, and clean up afterwards, while you focus on your backflip.

The Gaga Center

Not Lady Gaga, but a form of Israeli dodgeball from the 1970s. The court is octagon-shaped, and you hit and roll the ball with your hand, kind of like a cross between bowls and hand ball. You can choose to have music, food, juice and decorations, and a even a kiddie disco.

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