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Party Picks for Philadelphia and suburbs, South Jersey and Delaware

Find your perfect party spot for your kid, whether in Pennsylvania and the suburbs, South Jersey or Delaware.

Find a birthday place near you that will have them (and you) smiling.

Party places for kids in Philadelphia and suburbs


Delaware Children's MuseumDelaware Children's Museum

Delaware Children’s Museum has been a Delaware Mainstay since 2010, serving as a venue for children to learn new skills and expand their minds. As Delaware’s only children’s museum, they offer a variety of fun STEAM based exhibits, as well as rotating programming and special events. The DCM​ truly believes in Developing Creative Minds Through Playful Learning! 302-654-2340; delawarechildrensmuseum.org

Independence Seaport MuseumIndependence Seaport Museum

Party like a pirate, make merry like a mermaid, or experiment like a scientist at Independence Seaport Museum.  Celebrate in style at THE premier, kid-friendly destination along the Penn’s Landing waterfront.  215-413-8622; phillyseaport.org/birthday-parties


TNT AmusementsTNT Amusements

At TNT Amusements, Southampton, PA, your party gets unlimited FREE play on almost 80 different arcade-size video games, pinball machines and driving and skill games. No fussing with tokens or coins, everyone is able to play continuously in our air-conditioned showrooms! Unlike other places, we only have ONE PARTY booked at a time! So your guests get EXCLUSIVE uses of our Games and Party Room! 32 years of parties and our Pizzas are STILL just $5 each! 215-953-1188, Tntamusements.com

Treehouse World

Want to have the coolest party?  We have you covered!  Choose from 1, 2, and 3-activity parties or a zipline aerial tour party.  Treehouse World is a unique birthday party venue for kids who like to run around, climb, bounce, and generally expend energy outside. Our 14 wooded acres and our friendly staff are ready to make your stress-free birthday party easy and complete.  Life is short, choose unique adventures and make memories! 484-329-7853; treehouseworld.com



Pick from one of our Party Packages and enjoy your child’s birthday party, in a fun-filled, comfortable and safe environment. No worrying about party planning, after-party clean-up and entertainment for guests. WE HAVE IT ALL… Soft Playground, Inflatable Playground, Bowling, Arcade Games, Prizes, Café and much more. 302-653-1800; xbos.com


Party place for kids in South Jersey


All Fired Up!

All Fired Up! is South Jersey’s original Paint Your Own Pottery Studio. At All Fired Up! you can throw a party for any of life’s celebrations birthdays, bridal showers, baby showers, corporate parties, family reunions, etc. We also offer walk-in Board Art, Adult & Kids Canvas Painting Workshops along with Glass Fusing and of course Pottery Painting! 856-833-1330; paintatallfiredup.com


Party places for kids in Delaware


Delaware Children's Museum (see listing above)


Delaware Museum of Natural HistoryDelaware Museum of Natural History

Kids explore a host of worlds and wonders as they visit dinosaurs, coral reefs and the Nature Nook for hands-on, interactive activities, including a scavenger hunt with a prize and a live animal presentation. 302-658-9111; delmnh.org

Hagley MuseumHagley Museum

Have a birthday blast! Celebrate with hands-on activities including 19th-century​ games, cookie baking and parachute play. Get all-day museum access, a Hagley​ Host, and Hagley-themed invitations! 302-658-2400; hagley.org


Wilmington and Western Railroad

Our antique red caboose is the perfect way to celebrate a birthday as a private group aboard one of our regularly scheduled trains. You supply the food, drinks and balloons, and we supply the caboose and tracks! Our red caboose offers a distinctly different way of celebrating your child’s next birthday. Our cabooses hold 20-25 people and are perfect for any small, private gathering aboard our train. 302-998-1930; wwrr.com

XBOS (see listing above)


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