Several boy's birthday party venues are located throughout Nassau County, New York, a suburban area of Long Island. Birthday party venues typically include activities, food, beverages and set-up. With a wide selection of venue ideas, parents should be able to find a venue location that meets the age appropriateness and interests of their sons.
The Children's Athletic Training School (catsny.com), located in Rockville, New York, teaches children self-confidence through various physical activities. Parties at CATS last for about 1.5 hours and can be catered to boys ages 2 through 12. Cake, pizza, beverages, invitations, paper table goods and access to the gym with instructors to assist children with various sports activities are included. Party favors can be purchased for an additional fee.
Island Rock (islandrock.net) is an indoor rock climbing facility, located in Plainview, New York, that can be rented out for hosting 1-1/2- to 4-hour long birthday parties. Basic birthday parties at Island Rock include pizza, cupcakes, beverages, paper table goods, invitations and indoor rock climbing supervised by trained instructors. Additional party features, such as goody bags, photographs, balloons and t-shirts, can be added to your birthday party for an additional fee.
Laser Kingdom (laserkingdoms.com) in Farmingdale, New York, provides a venue for engaging in games of laser tag. The company also rents its facility for birthday parties. Parties at the Laser Kingdom last for about 1.5 hours and include use of the laser tag arena for three games. For an additional fee, parties can also include pizza, beverages, ice cream cake, favors and additional games of laser tag.
Located in Farmingdle, New York, BounceU (bounceu.com) provides a venue filled with inflatable, bouncing structures and interactive games. Basic parties at BounceU includes pizza, beverages, t-shirt for the birthday boy, invitations and one hour use of the bounce structures and games. For additional fees, birthday parties can also include paper table goods, balloons, ice cream cake, goody bags and additional use of the equipment and activities.
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