Arts and Crafts Birthday Party Places in Toronto

SavvyMom January 15, 2020
Arts and Crafts Birthday Parties in Toronto

If you have a crafty child, what better way to celebrate their birthday than by doing something creative? There are a number of locations across the city where kids explore their artistic vision and have a lot of fun doing it. From pottery to painting, sculpture to shadow boxes, the options are seemingly endless for arts and crafts birthday parties.

Note that prices may not include HST.


Kids’ parties range from painting or clay parties to collage or “pouring” parties. Two locations, in Baby Point (Jane and Annette) and The Beaches (Queen and Glen Manor).

$225 to $295 (depending on theme) for 1 hour with 10 children
417 Jane St., Toronto
2138A Queen St. E., Toronto

Active Kids Zone

Active Kids Zone has multiple birthday party theme options, including artsy ones like Spin Tee and Frisbee, Cake Decorating, Crafts/Ceramic, and Wax Hands. Number of participants differs according to theme.

$335 for 1½ hours
951 Alness St., Toronto
Active Kids Zone

All Fired Up Ceramics

Under the guidance of a staff artist, kids ages 4 and up can create their own ceramics or glass-fusing piece at these parties.

$200 for ceramic party or $240 for glass-fusing party for 2 hours with 8 children
8 & 10 Brentwood Rd. N., Toronto

The Art Room

Budding artists have the option to create moving animals, try printmaking, or “paint” with modelling clay.

$20–$22 per child for 1½ hours with 14 children maximum
514 Annette St., Toronto
The Art Room

Art Works Art School

Children ages 4–16 can choose from a wide range of drawing, painting, printmaking, and sculpture activities.

$289 for 2 hours and up to 16 children
238 Jane St., Toronto


An arts instructor will lead the group in a fun art project that has been pre-approved by the birthday child.

$350 for 3 hours and 12 children
2928 Dundas St. W., Toronto

Artistic Way

A birthday party for your creative child in pottery painting, clay creations, glass working, or painting.

$23–$28 per child for 1½ hours and a minimum of 10 children
1003 Eglinton Ave. W., Toronto

Avenue Road Arts School

Drama or visual arts birthday parties. At a drama party, kids participate in drama games and put on a short play. For visual art parties, choose from a variety of fun, theme-based art projects.

$22 per child for a 1½-hour party with 12–16 children
460 Avenue Rd., Toronto


Groove parties include dancing fun, a unique art activity, and a decorated poster to take home.

$300 for 2 hours with 10 children
2238 Dundas St. W. Suite 111, Toronto

The Clay Room

Ceramic items are ready to paint, or kids can make their own masterpiece and paint that at The Clay Room’s birthday parties.

Paint only: $20.50/person for 2 hours; Create and paint: $22.50/person for 2½ hours; for 10–45 children
279 Danforth Ave., Toronto

Create Art Studio

With the help of a Create Art Studio art instructor, each guest creates a paint and sculpture project that they can take home.

$249 for 2 hours with 12 children
1801 Danforth Ave., Toronto
Create Art Studio

Crock A Doodle

Choose from a wide variety of pottery pieces, from tiles and plates to creature and figurines, and the kids can paint them and make them their own.

$20–$30 per child, depending on pottery piece, for 1 hour and a minimum of 8 children
3422 Lake Shore Blvd. W., Etobicoke,

Designher Co.

Kids of all ages can create or decorate their own jewelry, accessories, or clothing at this birthday party.

$345 for 2 hours with 10 children
1850 Avenue Rd., Toronto

Freehand School of Art

Freehand School of Art hosts a large selection of themed birthday parties, including Insect Shadow Boxes and Polymer Clay Animals to Split Pin Characters and Wearable Masks.

$200 for up to 8 participants (+$20 for each extra child) for 2 hours and 12 children maximum
3315 Yonge St., Toronto

Luc Sculpture

Clay fun and sculpting is the order of the day at a Luc Sculpture birthday party.

$25–$30 per child (depending on number of participants) for 2½–3 hours
663 Greenwood Ave., Toronto


Michaels stores host a number of themed birthday parties, from Dinosaur Adventure and Pretty Princesses for young kids, and Polka Dot Party and Mad Scientist Laboratory for the tweens to Party While You Paint and Jewelry Design Studio for preteens.

$120 for 2 hours with 8 guests
Multiple Toronto locations (find a location near you)

My Art Lab

My Art Lab hosts a variety of creative parties, like The Great Train Ride in which they create a fantasy train, and Wolf & Three Little Pigs that has them create brick, straw, and wood houses and pig noses and hats.

$35/child for 2 hours with 5–12 children
66 Lewis St., Toronto
My Art Lab


Kids get guided workshops to create their own version of a specific painting, and a chance to hang out and check out each other’s artwork.

$24–$27/child and 1½–2 hours for 6–40 children (Toronto East) or 6–50 children (Toronto West)
1173 Queen St. E., Toronto
784 College St., Toronto

Rosetta School of Visual Arts

Rosetta School of Visual Arts allows children to choose from three themes for their birthday party: Abstract Painting, Portraiture, or Mixed Media Musical Instruments. Each is led by an art instructor and assistant.

$300 for a 2-hour party with 10 children
1580 Kingston Rd., Toronto

Wanda’s Creative Clay

The birthday child gets to choose their special clay project ahead of time for the partygoers to create. Kids make their clay creations during the party and can take them home by the end of the event.

$299 for a 2-hour party with 10 children
3334 Yonge St., Toronto
Wanda’s Creative Clay
This article was originally published on Help We’ve Got Kids

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