My daughter, Olivia, turns nine-year-old in a few weeks and we recently realized WE HAVE NO IDEAS for her birthday. I asked for advice online and got some great ideas that I thought I'd pass on so if you have a similar dilemma this could help.
Top Pick: Way Cool Cooking School
This was by far a listener favorite to take a group of kids for a fun, unique birthday activity where they can make food based on the theme of there choice.
Runner Ups: Cold Front
Birthday parties experience made-to-order fountain drinks, premium ice cream and exceptional coffee with superior customer service in a warm & welcoming space from morning until night.
Can Can Wonderland in the afternoon or Betty Dangers— Heidi (@eight1eight) July 9, 2018
Whirlyball in maple grove!— Mikaela Bryan (@MickeyMN) July 9, 2018
Mad hatter tea party in Anoka— Sherri Streff (@sherristreff) July 9, 2018
Izzy's ice cream party— maya c.a. (@nevernesss) July 9, 2018
Feed My Starving Children— monica theis (@KickinCancerAss) July 10, 2018
Twin city twisters ninja zone! It's like gymnastics/American ninja warrior kids style! It's awesome! And not too spendy either!— Sarah Patterson (@Sarahmp111) July 10, 2018
Dave and busters? Lots of games, food, prizes, etc— Shelley Lehner (@ShelleyLehner) July 9, 2018
Soooooo...Olivia got home from NY with Grandma on Wednesday and she wants to do Way Cool Cooking School but since she's a kid and says she has "so much energy" she wants to have the party at Urban Air in Coon Rapids which is another GREAT spot.