Where to Host Birthday Parties in Metro Vancouver | Birthday Party Guide

Birthday Parties in Metro Vancouver

It’s a party 365 days of the year! Parents are always looking for a new & fun venue to host their kid’s birthday party. Whether you are wanting to have someone come to your home or you are looking to have the party at a venue, we’ve got a great list of celebratory options for birthday parties in Metro Vancouver.


Rocky Mountain Flatbread SurreyRocky Mountain Flatbread Birthday Party: let kids have fun with food! When you book a Rocky Mountain Flatbread birthday party you can expect delicious, local-sourced food and a whole lot of fun. Every party is assigned a personal host who will guide young chefs in creating juice cocktails and hand-crafted pizzas (rolling out their organic dough & adding their favourite toppings). What a terrific experience! The kids get to interact with fresh, organic food in a fun way, and none of the mess is in your kitchen. To learn more about a Rocky Mountain Flatbread Birthday Party, click here.


Fast Track Indoor KartingFast Track Indoor Karting Birthday Party: get ready to win the parent-of-the-year award when you book your kid’s party at Fast Track Indoor Karting in Langley. We love the fact there is no age limit – just a height limit. And there are 2 tracks – a slow one for shorter drivers, or new-to-go-karting-drivers, and an insanely fast track. Each party goer receives TWO 7-minute races and a party room is available for up to an hour after the races. My kids are already begging to go back – they don’t want to wait for their party next year – they want to go karting NOW! To read more about our Fast Track Indoor Karting Birthday Party, click here.


Project ClimbingBouldering & Belaying at Project Climbing Birthday Party: get those party goers moving! For just $100 a group of 5 kids can climb, with an instructor, for 1.5 hours. Need more than 5 kids at the party, each additional participant is just $19. Bring your own food, cake, drinks, and goodie bags. Fantastic, low-stress, scads of fun party. Kids must be 7+ to participate. To read more about our experience with Project Climbing Birthday Party, click here.


Parkour Birthday Party at Langley Cheer and AthleticParkour Birthday Party at Langley Cheer & Gymnasticsget ready for a hot, sweaty, action-filled party. Your group will have the space for 2 hours. If the kids want to climb, jump, swing and play for the entire two hours, great! If they want to stop for food, that’s a-okay as well. The folks at Langley Cheer & Gymnastics are super flexible and ensure the party runs the way you want. To read more about our experience with a Parkour Party and Langley Cheer & Gymnastics, click here.


Mad Science Birthday PartyMad Science Birthday Party: glow-in-the-dark chemicals, frothing concoctions, and mysterious reactions! The folks from Mad Science come to your home (or a venue you’ve selected) and entertain the kiddos. Some of the party involves watching dazzling experiments, and some of the party sees the kids getting hands on creating their own experiments. To read more about our experience with a Mad Science Birthday Party, click here.


WildPlay Birthday Parties - Maple RidgeWildPlay Birthday Party: Birthday parties at WildPlay involve climbing, swinging, scrambling, thinking, creativity, teamwork & collaboration. The birthday party climbing course at WildPlay is called Monkido Kids. At the start of the party kids are put into harnesses and taught how to navigate through the course. Each child has the opportunity to complete the obstacle course twice. Little & younger kids will take about 30 minutes to complete the course once. The bigger kids can do one pass through the course in about 15 – 20 minutes. The obstacle course includes walking along a highwire, riding an orange-ball zipline, climbing across a netted ladder, scrambling through a seemingly-large fishing net, crawling through a suspended barrel, leaping from swinging log to swinging log, and much more! To read more about our experience with a WildPlay Birthday Party, click here.


Creative Cube: Creative Cube is the brain child of Dawn Cornish-Suelzle.  Her mobile studio is exactly that – a 35ft trailer outfitted for kids’ parties.  Inside the Cube the walls are lovely bright colours, there are benches and work tables all at kid-height, and she has more kid-friendly activities than a kindergarten room!  On her website, Dawn lists examples of the types of parties she can host.  She has science-themed activities and art-themed parties. To read more about our experience with a Creative Cube Birthday Party, click here.


Tumblebus: Imagine a huge yellow school bus, with its seats removed, being converted into a gym on wheels for kids. That’s the Vancouver Tumblebus and it’s FANTASTIC! The two women who ran our Tumblebus session did an excellent job of occupying the kids. The kids were given loads of free play time (e.g. climbing wall, ball pit, slides, tunnels, bouncy balls, trampoline and more) and structured activities (such as sac races and turns on the zip-line) were introduced at strategic times throughout the hour. The children at our party ranged in age from 2.5 – 5.5 years, it was a perfect age group for this activity. To read more about our experience with a Tumblebus Party, click here.


The Loot Bag LadyAnd you can’t have a birthday party without goodie bags! We absolutely loved our customized treats from The Loot Bag Lady. Kathy’s website is packed full of good ideas. Not only does she have loot bags organized by age and gender (as well as non-gender specific), she also has options for teacher gifts, wedding favours, and grown up parties. To read more about our experience with The Loot Bag Lady, click here.


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