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Where to Host Your Next Grand Rapids Indoor Birthday Party

(Birthday) Party Time! Excellent!

Wondering where to host your child’s next Grand Rapids indoor birthday party bash? Look no further! We’ve put together a great list of places to celebrate your kid with fun and a little bit of cake. For a more extensive list, including outdoor idea, see our West Michigan Birthday Parties Guide.

Need help finding a gift? Our Clever Birthday Gift Experiences for Preschoolers has a lot of great leads! For bigger kids you’ll enjoy Clever Grand Rapids Birthday Gift Experiences for Kids.

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Grand Rapids Indoor Birthday Party Ideas Kids Will Love

 

Did you know that kids as young as two or three can have a birthday party – indoors – at Karin’s Horse Connection? This one-of-a-kind birthday experience let’s kids do gymnastics moves on a tethered horse. Kids also play games with the horses, care for the horses, and in general have an amazing time!

 

The best kind of birthday parties may be the ones where kids can run, tumble and run! For an acrobatic good time try Gymco, GR Gymnastics, For the Kidz, Rising Starz or the Horizon Complex. For an event with a little more structure and board breaking, have Flees Martial Arts host!

If all-out running around mania are more up your alley then give Jester’s Court, Sky Zone, Catch Air, RebounderzMVP or Radiant Sportz a call. And then get ready for your kids to hit the sack early that night!

Swimmers can get their kicks in at the Kroc Center or Goldfish Swim School.

 

The Mud Room is the perfect venue for your creative spirits. And if they’re more like free spirits, Dilly Songs/Picklehead is sure to entertain your young crowd.

Hudsonville Lanes is a nice idea for a party with a sports theme. Or you can go retro-sports with a skating party at Tarry Hall Roller Rink.

Girls who are a little obsessed with pink would love a Princess Ballerina Party.

Now there’s no excuse for not planning your child’s next birthday party!

Give one of these guys a call and let them do all the work. Your house will stay clean (or…not so clean, if you’re looking at my house), kids will have an epic time, and you probably won’t be nearly as exhausted afterward. Using our Rebounderz is a no brainer!

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By | 2017-05-12T14:41:15+00:00 January 26th, 2017|Categories: Birthday Parties, Guides|5 Comments

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April H
April is a stay-at-home-working-mom hybrid who balances her time between managing a household and using her editor brain to find all the typos in her friends’ emails. In her occasional free time she enjoys reading, quilting, antiquing and photography. She lives in Grand Rapids with her husband and three children.

5 Comments

  1. Cindy Gillenwater August 14, 2017 at 11:00 am - Reply

    new to grand rapids and MI we are from MN so I have no idea where to have a 7year old boy bday party in December? help please

  2. Elly February 3, 2017 at 2:54 am - Reply

    Party themes really matters, as boys like superhero or sports birthday themes and girl like princess birthday themes. Thanks for sharing the party theme ideas.

  3. Lisa January 30, 2017 at 1:32 pm - Reply

    The mud room is going to be my choice since getting the kids to do something new will surely be a high for the group of kids I get around for my 8 year old son. Getting all the kids to try something new keeps them engaged and you just have to worry about the food.

  4. Brian J. Bering December 16, 2016 at 3:40 pm - Reply

    Love the birthday party at a golf course idea! I think I’m going to steal that one for my birthday coming up in January, thanks for sharing these ideas!

  5. Andrew Tipton January 4, 2015 at 10:44 pm - Reply

    Looking for a venue for my daughters first birthday. We will be having kids we want a laid back environment where the kids can have fun and the parents and family can have some wine and drinks. Any idea? We will have about 30 people showing up.

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