Winter Birthday Party Ideas for Kids in Toronto

Sure, you can’t just hit the park for a picnic if you have a winter baby, but these amazing parties beat any outdoor fete! Bonus points: you don’t have to worry about any of the set up or clean up.

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Maker Kids

Whether an experienced Minecraft expert or just looking to try it out, Minecraft birthday parties at Makerkids have something for everyone. Hop into a block based virtual world with your friends and work together to build cities, space stations or castles. Design secret redstone laboratories. Collaborate in the fight against zombies, skeletons, and enderdragons.

2451 Bloor Street West, Toronto

Ontario Science Centre

Science Centre parties are cool, and not just because of the rad experiments – think magic, science, space and engineering for age groups 4-7s/5-9s/and 10-12s. Cost includes admission to the museum and the staff are pros an executing an amazing party and handle everything.

770 Don Mills Road, Toronto

Boulderz Climbing Centre

This west-end indoor climbing centre hosts parties for kids aged five and up, and includes equipment and instruction for beginner climbers to rock out.

1444 Dupont Street, Unit 16, Toronto

Sky Zone

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Kids love bouncing around at Sky Zone, Toronto’s best indoor trampoline centre, and the party package includes one hour of jump time plus a catered (pizza) lunch option.

45 Esandar Drive, Toronto

Action Potential Lab

Housed in former historic pharmacy, these fun laboratory experiment-themed parties include invitations, experiments, set up and clean-up.Party themes include: Colourful Volcanoes / Dinosaur Fossils and Paleontological Dig/ Potions / Bottle Rockets / Smelly EruptionsYou’ll need to bring your own food, but lab coats are supplied! For ages 2 + 

451 Christie Street, Toronto

Toronto Circus Centre

What could be more fun than bringing your friends to your circus party? Kids get to experience aerial trapeze, hoop, rope and silks as well as floor and partner acrobatics and juggling. Face painting and balloon animals for every child.

The Redwood, 1300 Gerrard Street East, Toronto


Melissa Carter

Melissa Carter is a writer and editor, living in Toronto. She loves baking apple crisps and fruit pies, napping on a blanket at the beach, running on the shore, and camping out in the living room for fried chicken picnics.

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