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Birthday Parties A to Z

Birthday parties provide families and friends the opportunity to celebrate the birth of our children and can be small and intimate or big and brazen.  They can cost next to nothing (cake mix and a few candles) or thousands of dollars. 

Sometimes it’s fun to make the party about your child’s interests.  If you’re looking for an off-site party so you don’t have to clean your home before and after, check out the following A to Z list. If you know of other great birthday party sites, please share the oganization and their website in the comment section.

Before booking a birthday party at the below listed venues, read the Alphabet Adventures Disclaimer.

AMF Bowling - Bloomington
American Girl Doll – Mall of America
Baker Near-Wilderness Settlement
Bead Monkey - Edina
Bell Museum of Natural History – Minneapolis
Bloomington Art Center
Bounce on Air
Broadway Party Rent
Build-a-Bear – Mall of America
Carver Park Reserve
Chuck-E-Cheese – Edina & Burnsville (birthday coupons)
Claymate Creations
Como Park Zoo and Conservatory – St. Paul
Creative Kidstuff – Linden Hills, Edina, and St. Louis Park (sign up for their birthday club for extra discounts)
Dakota Wild Animals – your home!
Edinborough Park – Edina
Elite Gymnastics
The Grand Equestrian - horseback riding in Elk River
Gaminride - your home!
Gale Woods Farm
Glamour Shots – Mall of America
Grand Slam - Burnsville
Half Pint Parties - your home
Heartfelt – Linden Hills
Hopkins Center for the Arts – Hopkins
Humane SocietyHyland Lake Park Reserve

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Kidcreate Studio
Joann Fabric – Edina
Legoland – Mall of America
McDonald’s – Bloomington
Micheals – Bloomington and Richfield
Minnesota Children’s Museum – St. Paul
Minnesota Zoo - Apple Valley
Mish Mash – Edina
My Gym- Eden Prairie
Nickelodeon Universe - Mall of America
North Mississippi Regional Park
ProKart Indoors – Burnsville
Pump It Up – Burnsville and Eden Priaire
Science Museum of Minnesota - St. Paul
Rainforest Cafe – Mall of America
Richardson Nature Center - Bloomington
Redwood Community Center Pool – Burnsville
Science Museum of Minnesota – St. Paul
Sea Life Minnesota Acquarium (formerly Underwater Adventures) – Mall of America
Silverwood Park
Skateville – Burnsville
Sky Zone – Plymouth
Theatres at Mall of America
Twin Cities Inflatables
USA Inflatables
Woodlake Nature Center – Richfield


  1. I do birthday parties in my Art Studio! :)

  2. Thank you! I listed that you do parties in my upcoming book and will definitely add Claymate Creations to this page.


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