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Places for a birthday party for a 6 year old

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Places for a birthday party for a 6 year old

Hi,

I am hoping for suggestions for a good place to hold a birthday party for a 6 year old boy?

We have held it at an indoor playground and Chuck e Cheese before. I am also considering Cineplex and Lego Land. Any suggestions appreciated. I don't mind driving a bit farther, either. If the venue does not require a minimum number of kids, it would be even better as he does not have that many friends.
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My son loved 5 pin bowling birthday party.
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Just polled a group of 8-year-olds and these were some suggestions:

Laser Quest
Sky Zone
Pool Party
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If it's a summer birthday you can get a bouncy castle and a cheapo inflatable pool from wally mart. That plus hot dogs, hamburgers and 100 water balloons made for a great party.
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My son went to an indoor playground around leslie and 401 called Fun City. He had a blast, it might help if you indicated which area you're located at.
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jvnanu wrote:
Feb 13th, 2018 1:28 pm
Laser Quest
my kid just attended a laser quest party for a kid's 7th birthday. they all had a blast, even the ones who had never heard of the concept before. Unsure of how kids who are potentially closer to 5 than 6 might handle it.

The best part was that they are thrown into games with the general population. So as a parent i just had to pay my way to normally get into the game and i got to play too :-)
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Another fun place was the trampoline park at 16th and Yonge. It was a big indoor playground that had slides and laser tag as well. Just make sure they eat after, I brought the kids and my niece and they loved it.
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Get them out in the fresh air. My kid's enjoyed this one

https://highparknaturecentre.com/2/birthday-parties
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A local community centre and rent the gym for a basketball/indoor soccer game or their pool with slides for a swim. Take them to the movies (they have party rooms too). Sky Zone? Organize a trip to the local fire hall or police station or airport or whatever your kid is into. Mad Science?

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