There is nothing quite like a Little Beakers birthday party! We have hosted birthday parties for 2 year olds, to teens, and right up to 50 and beyond; truly suitable for all ages!
Scroll down to see general party details and birthday package themes we offer.
- 2 hours and 15 minutes reserved just for your party, including:
15 minutes for you to set up the birthday room.
One hour scientist-led lab session comprises up to 4 hands-on experiments for all children and an explosion for the birthday boy or girl (for details on experiments, see Packages below).
Up to 1 hour in one of our birthday rooms for food, cake, presents and pack up/clean up.
- Each birthday party package offers at least 1-take home experiment for every child.
- By appointment only.
You are welcome to bring your own food, cake, decorations or party favors. No additional fee for that. However, we do offer these items as optional add-ons. Make it super-easy, order it all and Einstein-A-Size it for only $160 (covers 10 kids). Over a $30 savings!
- Add $50 for Little Beakers cake
- Half-sheet size serves 30-54
- Choose from chocolate, white, half and half, or marbled flavors
- Design is Little Beakers logo, "Happy Birthday" message and child's name
- Includes cake cutter/spatula, candles and matches
- Packages starting at $265 for our standard base package (for more detailed pricing, see packages below).
- Pricing for all packages includes up to 10 kids (one birthday boy or girl is free!). Pricing for additional children varies with packages.
$25 off the regular price of any birthday package booked for Monday through Thursday, excluding holidays.
A $50 non-refundable deposit required at time of booking and applied towards the final bill.
- Add $55 for three large pizzas and juice boxes for the kids (additional pizzas $15 each)
- Add $25 for Little Beakers to set up your party room. Includes table cloths, small and large plates, utensils, napkins, party paper and molecules on tables
- Add $5.50 per party favor bag. Each bag includes 4-5 science-related toys and candy in petri dishes and test tubes
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