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We book birthday parties as early as 3 months in advance.
If you have a special party in mind, it is better to book early!

Fridays

Choose an educator-hosted or non-hosted experience:

2:00 – 4:00 pm or 5:00 – 7:00 pm

Saturdays and Sundays

Party with educator-hosted experience:

10:30 am – 12:30 pm  or  1:30 pm – 3:30 pm

Party without hosted experience:

11:00 am – 1:00 pm or 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm

 

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Party Packages

Each party includes:

  • Private Party Room (2hrs)
  • Exhibit Hall Playtime
  • Special Gift for Birthday Child

You're Invited!

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Print your own Science Birthday Party Invitations, or purchase a set of 16 color printed invitations for $5.

 

Party with Educator-hosted experience
$150 ($135 for members)
price includes 10 kids
  1. Two hour party rental of our Birthday Room.
  2. Museum Exhibit Hall admission for up to 10 kids.
  3. Thirty minute science activity hosted by a Science Center Educator. Choose from one of our many themed activities, described below.
  4. Additional children beyond 10 who attend the birthday are $5.00 each. Hosted activities are designed for a maximum of 16 participating kids. If more than 16 kids are participating, the educator may choose to modify the activity for a larger group.
  5. Additional adults or others beyond the 20-person cap will pay regular Exhibit Hall admission ($5).
Party without hosted experience
$100 ($90 for members)
price includes 20 people
  1. Two hour party rental of our Community Room.
  2. Museum Exhibit Hall admission for up to 20 people total.
  3. Additional adults or children will pay regular Exhibit Hall admission ($5).
Add-On Planetarium Show
$3
per person

Party Guidelines

Our birthday party room accommodates a maximum of 24 people according to fire code. Guests are expected to adhere to this limit; guidelines will be given at the time of registration. For parties expecting more than 30 people total, we strongly encourage you to consider an after-hours rental of the museum.

Memberships can be purchased here.

Birthday Party Activities

We have birthday parties down to a science!

Blast Off!

3, 2, 1 …. BLAST OFF! Guests construct and launch a rocket of your choice: simple paper tube rockets, or larger rockets with a soda bottle base. Using just the power of air pressure, you’ll be amazed at just how high they go! 

This activity takes place outdoors; please select one of our other parties as an alternative in case of inclement weather.

Brilliant Biology

DNA is the code in every living cell that leads to life as we know it. In this party, you’ll attempt to extract DNA from fruits, vegetables, or even your own cells! Guests will get their very own sample of DNA to take home.

Best for ages 7 and older.

Bubbles Galore

Have some soapy science fun with our Bubbles Galore party! Choose from a variety of bubble activities, including bubble art, soapy snakes, and geometric bubbles. Every Bubbles Galore party ends with a demonstration of super-cool, super-spooky dry ice smoke bubbles!

This party can get messy!

Color Play

There is color in everything around us. But what makes up those colors? Learn how to use just three primary colors to make every color in the rainbow! Make a mesmerizing toy top as well as a piece of tie-dye art to take home.

Extreme Experiments

Fizz, bubble, ooze, or pop? Select from an array of amazing mind-boggling experiments that explore physics and chemistry concepts. Create instant polymer worms, glowing slime, soda-pop geysers, elephant toothpaste, and more.

This party can get messy!

High-Flying Fun

Fasten your seatbelts and get ready for takeoff! Guests learn about the forces of flight and build their very own flying contraptions to test in our vertical wind tunnel.

Best for ages 5 and older.

Starstruck

Calling all space fans! This party’s mission is to explore the night inside our planetarium during the Seasonal Stargazing show. You’ll learn about the stars, constellations and planets you can see in the night sky.

Best for ages 7 and older.

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