The Best Birthday Party Spot in Your ‘Hood

Kids’ Birthday Party Spots in Vancouver

Best Kids’ Birthday Party Spots in Vancouver

It’s their moment in the sun, the one they’ve waited for all year, more precious than any other holiday because it’s theirs alone. No pressure. Birthdays are the time to celebrate in style. Check out the latest and greatest offerings in your neighbourhood and let your child shine like the star they are on their special day. 

On the North Shore: Mount Seymour
The North Shore and mountains are synonymous in Vancouver, so head to the hills for the best thrills a birthday party can offer in this neighbourhood. Choose from two hours of snow tubing, tobogganing, or snowshoeing and then hunker down in the Mongolian Yurt for birthday cake on Mount Seymour. Good to Know: kids have to be 122 cm for snow tubing, but there are no height requirements for tobogganing. See more North Shore faves here. 

On the West Side: Cowboys and Angels
Not only a toy store, Cowboys and Angels also has a private studio for painting ceramics. Host up to 10 guests (or more for additional cost) for a 1 hour 45 minute party where they can paint the town red—and be happy it’s in a studio and not your house. See more West Side faves here. 

Downtown: Jump Gymnastics
At Jump Gymnastic birthday parties in Yaletown, kids get their woolies out on the trampoline and other gymnastics apparatuses for 45 minutes before settling down for more fun (and cake) in their party room. With a parent lounge, balloons for every child, and two qualified instructors at your disposal, this is a party you may want to recycle for younger siblings. See more Downtown faves here. 

On the East Side: Boogaloo Academy 
They will do more than tap their toes at a Boogaloo Academy birthday party. A two-hour party includes a one hour dance class of any style in a professional dance studio, followed by one hour in their party room, and all ages are welcome. See more East Side faves here. 

Tested by Deanna R., Vancouver
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First published 2016.01.21

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