Birthday Guide 2023
Children are unique in their own way and their birthday party should be unique as well. There are many options to choose from in Tucson, so Bear Essential News is making it a little easier for your birthday party planning with the 2023 Birthday Guide.
Is you child athletic, artistic, an explorer, an animal lover or curious about science and nature? There are party venues that are outdoors, indoors and some are a little of both.
If you want to do a party at a park, then you want to check out Tucson Parks & Recreation. You can rent a ramada for a full day. You can choose a location with a grill, electricity, near the playground, near the restrooms and more. Parties at the park are perfect for scavenger hunts and piñatas.
Tucson Racquet & Fitness Club is perfect for an outdoor party, too. Your child and their party guests can enjoy swimming, volleyball and basketball.
Get creative with a LEGO® building party at Bricks And Minifigs. These parties are fun for kids and adults, too! Pinspiration is the perfect place for the Pablo Picasso or Frida Kahlo in your life. Have a Splatter Party or other fun themed party. Maybe you have a little princess in your life that needs some pampering. Book a party at Pam’s Fizzy Factory and Kids Spa. Your diva and her friends can enjoy a spa day with mani’s, pedi’s and a facial.
Choo Choo! For kids with a fascination with trains, the Southern Arizona Transportation Museum is the place to go. Parties can be held in the museum, courtyard or aboard the famous Engine 1673, which was in the movie Oklahoma. Another place for train lovers is the Gadsden–Pacific Toy Train Operating Museum. They offer a large meeting room for parties, indoor and outdoor train displays and the Rio Grande Caboose.
For animal lovers, the Humane Society of Southern Arizona offers a fun party with animals and crafts. Check out all the animals and ride the carousel at the Reid Park Zoo. Animal encounters are a add-on for party packages. The International Wildlife Museum offers museum-hours parties and after-museum hours parties with scavenger hunts and use of the Wildlife Theater.
Want to have some competitive fun? Enjoy miniature golf, laser tag, batting cages and arcade games at Golf N’ Stuff. Lace up your skates and roll around the rink at Skate Country or climb the walls at Rock Solid Climbing + Fitness. Children 6 months and older can enjoy crawling, climbing and tumbling at Wild Katz indoor Children’s Adventure Playground.
Learning STEM while playing is fun to do at the Children’s Museum Tucson. Kids can explore the Investigation Station, learn about electricity and gravity plus explore careers as a Pet Vet, Firefighter or Police Officer. And, Wee World caters to children ages 5 and under!
Some of the venues offer food, party favors, decorations and a hostess with their party package or as an add-on. You can find more information in Bear’s Birthday Guide. Happy Birthday to your child from Boomer Bear and Bear Essential News!