Basic Party Packages range from $175 (16-25 kids) to $235 (46-plus kids), with finales running an extra $25 bucks. All things told, it looks like you'll walk away from this spending a little less than $320 for a party of 20 or so kids. Not bad, but remember that you're responsible for the cake and whatnot.
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Fifteen different options, each of which has age-specific benefits for their party packages, Oogles n’ Googles just might be the most versatile of the possibilities listed here. All packages come with a special birthday cake, trained professionals to guide each party, and souvenir photos for each child among other things. Click that little link up there to read more about each of the different themes available.
I’ve built a bear before, and I did not hate it, so I can see the appeal of having a birthday party here. The cool thing about this party is that, depending on what accessories your partiers select, you can get out of here for as low as $10 per kid. The uncool thing is that kids are largely unconcerned with the heft of your bank account, and often splurge on accessories for their new best bearfriend. Also, this is likely to be a supplement to actual cake-and-ice-cream party at another locale, as you’re not allowed to eat/drink inside the store.