Don’t want to party at home?
You don’t have to! There are loads of amazing places to party in town and we’ve put our favorites in our guide to Kids Party Venues in Phoenix. Heading elsewhere is such an stress-free experience, because the reliable staff at these venues take care of everything for you. You just show up and have fun.
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This sophisticated sports bar slash awesome laser tag and bowling venue is an old-school, yet new-school way to celebrate your child’s birthday. Give your bowling experience a makeover by booking an express lane at Mavrix. There are 4 party packages to choose from, ranging from 90 minutes to 2 hours of bowling time, game cards, unlimited soft drinks and water, and a server. You just bring the cake.
Despite the name, this creative kids party venue doesn’t only cater for girls. They have Minecraft, Superhero and Friends (tv show) themes, as well as Mermaid, Unicorn, Boho, Paris and Beach. Parties are 2 hours long and ideal for 10 children, though you may bring more at an additional charge. You may also bring any snacks and drinks you desire and cake – there isn’t time to set aside for full meal, too much craftiness going on!
Phone: +1 623-242-7806
Conquer Ninjas Gym
Anyone who’s ever watched Ninja Warrior on TV has wanted to try it. Now you can, at Conquer Ninjas Gym, a fitness center in Arizona that offer swinging, flying and jumping obstacle courses guided by very experienced ninja warrior coaches. You get 75 minutes of gym time under the watchful eye of the coach and 45 minutes of party time, where you are welcome to bring your own food and drinks. The minimum age is 5 years old.
The Pink Teapot
A private tea party is sometimes all you need. They have two party packages available for 3+ and 8+. You’ll receive princess characters are party hosts and get a chance to dress up yourself. Also included are finger sandwiches, a princess themed cake and juice served in teapots, as well as photos with guests. There are add-ons available, such as invitations, party favor bags and a dessert table.
If you’ve ever wanted to climb a ginormous tree in the middle of an event venue, then this is your chance. Makutu’s Island is known for their huge (fake) tree in the center of their play area that kids can climb and slide and and crawl through – flanked by tigers and exotic birds. Again, also fake. Parties include pizza, drinks, arcade games and . . . a bungee for the birthday child. Yes. Do it.
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