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play spots


THE NEVERLAND CLUB This Neverland-themed location is great for your princess or pirate celebration. It includes an amazing play space, a larger-than-life costume station and a tree house. Disney’s Polynesian Resort 407-939-6244 www.disneyworld.com


LEGOLAND Be one of the first to celebrate your tyke’s day at LEGOLAND Florida, opening in October 2011. 6000 Cypress Gardens Blvd., Winter Haven 877-350-5346 www.legoland.com


AMAYA PAPAYA This is a really great space to customize any type of party you want and includes a perfect free-play area for kids 6 and under. Use the kitchenette area to bring in your own food for untraditional and healthier alternatives for your guests. U.S. Hwy. 17-92, Ste. 269, Casselberry 407-339-7529 www.amayapapaya.com


MAX & OLI KID’S PLAYHOUSE Welcome to a place where bouncing off the walls isn’t just accepted — it’s mandatory. 4036 Winter Garden Vineland Rd., Winter Garden 407-347-5573 www.maxandoliplayhouse.com


SPARK! FAMILY ENRICHMENT CENTER Marybeth and Denise are the ultimate party directors. All party guests have full access to the Spark! facility, including the Parents’ Lounge. How about an “Out of This World Space and Rocket Party”? Or maybe a “Nucleolus Nonsense Science Party” is more your kid’s style. This dynamic center has the resources to do it right. 5965 Red Bug Lake Rd., Winter Springs 407-679-7775 www.sparkec.net


WONDERWORKS At this upside-down attraction, find more than 100 exhibits, laser tag and a ropes course. 9067 International Dr., Orlando 407-351-8800 www.wonderworksonline.com


artsy spots


RAE-BERRY BEADS & MORE This mod bead shop is a great backdrop for a bottle cap choker decorating party. 5158 Dr. Phillips Blvd., Orlando 407-578-3327 www.rae-berrybeadsandmore.com


sporty spots


FIRKIN & KEGLER The mini bowling room is a great setup for private celebrations. 12850 Waterford Lakes Pkwy., Orlando 407-373-7444 www.firkinkeglercenter.com


REBOUNDERZ Bounce off the walls at this indoor trampoline arena. 480 S. Ronald Reagan Blvd., Longwood 407-474-0272 www.rebounderzlongwood.com


HOT POTS For birthday keepsakes, organized fun and a funky vibe, look no further than a paint-your-own-pottery studio. Downtown Historic Sanford 407-688- 7687 www.hotpotssanford.com


THE ART ROOM Calling all lil’ Picassos. This is THE place to get your art on. With a take-home paint can with supplies, your guests will go home inspired. 709 Main St., Windermere 407-909-1869 www.artroomorlando.com


nature spots


CENTRAL FLORIDA ZOO Celebrate with more than 400 exotic and native animals. 3755 N.W. Hwy. 17-92, Sanford 407-323-4450 www.centralfloridazoo.org


GREEN MEADOWS FARM Set in a country environment, this petting zoo has more than 300 animals. 1368 S. Poinciana Blvd., Kissimmee 407-846-0770 www.greenmeadowsfarm.com


splashy spots


AQUATICA Think private island, private cabana and the coolest water playground in town. 5800 Water Play Way, Orlando 407-351-3600 www.aquaticabyseaworld.com


COCO KEY WATER RESORT This water park and arcade has great party packages. 7400 International Dr., Orlando 407-351-2626 www.cocokeywaterresort.com


Your choice of Peter Pan or Tinker Bell hosts the festivities at The Neverland Club. It’s the perfect location for boys and girls with a passion for Disney.


LET’S SKATE Roller skaters will freak over the rink-side, themed party areas that are for VIPs only. 14207 W. Colonial Dr., Winter Garden 407-614-3812 www.letsskateorlando.com


ORLANDO SCIENCE CENTER The party themes and exhibits are so fantastic, your guests won’t even notice they’re learning. 777 E. Princeton St., Orlando 407-514-2000 www.osc.org


NICKELODEON SUITES RESORT Enjoy a “birthday blowout”at the most exciting pool for kids with characters and plenty of slime. 14500 Continental Gateway, Orlando 407-387-1834 www.nickhotel.com


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