Available year-round on Saturdays from either 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. or 1:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Aimed at kids 5-14, but there is no age restriction.
Two packages available:
The Champions Package ($450) includes party host, boxed lunches served in a luxury box suite, tour of MMP, time in the interactive game area, "special" present from the Astros to the birthday child, and party favors for each kid in attendance.
Star Express Package ($325) is almost exactly the same, except instead of boxed lunches the party-goers get cake and juice boxes.
Each package is designed for 26 guests. Have Junction Jack (that big, costumed rabbit) come to the party for an additional cost.
If you'd like to plan your party around an actual game, that option is available as well. Click here for details.
Other Ideas That May Or May Not Be Related:
Try renting an actual fire truck for your kid’s party. You can get a pretty nice little package for less than $500 (90 minute truck rental, water show, fire safety class, etc.), so long as you live in/around the Houston area.
Of course, there’s always old reliable for birthday parties: Chuck E. Cheese’s. Most kids absolutely love this place. Personally, I’d rather not eat at a place where the mascot is a gigantic mouse, but that’s just me nitpicking, I suppose.
This is another of the buffet/arcade area/amusement rides-type of places that kids like. Prices range from $179 to $399 and come with the standard assortment of accessories.