Collin County Locales We Love For The Indoor Birthday Party

Who’s excited that fall is here?  Well, sort-of “here”.  I mean, eventually it WILL turn cold outside which means we get to rock our blanket scarves while sipping on our yummy coffee in a seasonally themed cup.  And for us mommas with winter babies, it’s also the time of year to start searching for the perfect spot to celebrate said milestones.  While we all have enjoyed parties at locations with “gym,” “jump” or “pizza” in the name, wouldn’t it be nice to find a unique and memorable place to host your party?   Look no further than this list of cool places to host your winter baby’s next birthday!   

collin-county-indoor-birthday-partiesFor the TINY TOT: 

If you haven’t brought your little to a local play museum, you are truly missing out!  Imaginations go wild with safe, kid friendly toys in a clean and comfortable setting.  Hosting a birthday party at one of these locations is a low maintenance and more importantly fun affair. Most offer weekday and weekend options for parties.  Mom-to-mom tip:  weekday evening parties are much more affordable! 

Play Street Museum :: Locations in McKinney, Frisco and Plano each with their own special theme.

Polka Dot Party and Play ::  Just opened in the Villages of Fairview and features a play structure with two slides for the extra rambunctious kiddo.

The Coop ::  Located in south-east Frisco, Birthday parties at the Coop are always memorable.  They will take care of it all and you can rest easy with your “world’s best mom” badge in tow.  

For the Whimsical PRESCHOOLER:

Did you know that you can rent the carousel at Stonebriar Centre in Frisco?  Kiddos can ride as much as they want for 30 minutes. The Carousel is available to exclusively rent for your party on Saturdays at 9:30 and Sundays at 11:30 for $150.  To book your party, we recommend to visit the carousel at the mall and book your party in person.  

For the KID THAT LOVES TO COOK:

California Pizza Kitchen inside Stonebriar Centre will host your next party, complete with a tour of their kitchen and a make-your-own pizza tutorial.  Parties are available one hour before opening (10 AM).  To book your next party, contact the Stonebriar location at (972) 712-0884.

For the CREATIVE KID: 

Does your kid LOVE to create?  Kids and Art in Frisco specializes in art for kids with both classes and parties. They cater to children 3 and up and each guest takes home an original 8×10 work of art.  

For the DANCING QUEEN:

JDM School of Dance  :: A west McKinney dance studio that specializes in ages 18 months t0 8 years will let you rent the studio for your ballerina’s next party. Parties are hosted by a JDM teacher and guests will learn a dance specially choreographed with your child’s age and preferences in mind.   Parties available for bookings on Saturdays after 1 PM.

For the GIRLY GIRL:

House of Hadley in Frisco or Made of Sugar and Spice in downtown McKinney both put on a great party, complete with a runway fashion show finale! 

For the FUTURE HERO:

The Frisco Fire Department will host a Saturday morning birthday party at your local Frisco fire station for kids 5 & up.  Guests get a tour of the fire station and a look at the equipment.  They will also learn fire prevention and safety tips.  

For the FUTURE NINJA: 

Inspired by the show, American Ninja Warrior, Obstacle Warrior Kids in McKinney features awesome in-door obstacles designed to challenge your roof scaling, tree climbing kiddo. 

And if you’re interested in bringing the party to your place:

If you love to entertain but struggle to find a captivating activity when going outside isn’t a viable option, consider one of these companies that bring the fun to you!

  • Kinder-Craft ::  You bring the guests, food and cake, they will provide the supplies, oversight and instruction for a one- of–a-kind craft party at your home.

 

We want to know your favorite indoor party spot in Collin County.  Comment below!

Jessica lives in McKinney with her husband of 14 ½ years, Dan and their two little ginger babies, Caroline (5) and Abigail (3). A native of Collin County, Jessica grew up in the small town of Farmersville and went to college at the University of Texas at Dallas. After spending 10 years in the advertising industry, she decided to stay at home with her then 1 year old and learn the ropes of crockpots and coupons. After a few years and one more baby, she decided to re-enter the workforce and balance a career in shopper marketing and a career in carpool. Since becoming a parent, her fave past-times include solo trips to Target and Whole Foods, Saturday morning breakfast with her family and finding time to connect to her small town roots. Jessica enjoys blogging about the adventures of raising two strong-willed girls at <a href "http://theluckettlife.blogspot.com/" The Luckett Life .

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  1. I had Party Pals On the Go this past weekend for my daughters birthday and the kids LOVED it. Such a unique activity and they all got to take their new stuffed friend home (Bonus: No goodie bags of plastic toys!). It was worth every penny and kept the kids occupied for over an hour. Trish was amazing with the kiddos.

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