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10+ ideas for 12 years olds' birthday parties

Updated: Mar 29

To answer the question: “How to best celebrate a 12 year old child’s birthday?”, You need to understand that in fact this holiday is not much different from the eleventh birthday, the only difference is that now the hero of the occasion will have to be given even more freedoms than before, and have the power in their own hands.

They are still interested in both complex games: drone fights and fights in virtual reality, as well as master classes in robot programming or 3D engineering, as well as the good old laser tag tournament, paintball, wall climbing, driving go-karts or racing models of cars and boats.

Let the children themselves decide what kind of party they want to have,

under your careful guidance.

We have collected ideas for you to help organize your child’s birthday

party. Make sure to discuss these options with them!


The festive program in the parks is planned individually for each event, based on the available programs of the museums and taking into account the wishes, and creative activities of the birthday child, his age, and the time of year. The program of such a birthday party includes tours and art programs, as well as fascinating master classes.

Battles on radio-controlled cars: Read more

Races on models of motor and sailing boats

Water zone, from an exciting motorboat race with remote control to a graceful model boat ride! A favorite attraction for all ages! Read more

Virtual reality

The unusual format of children's festivals in virtual reality is unique game locations and a lot of different subjects and worlds for teleportation.

The voyage begins with virtual reality glasses and provides a full immersion in an exciting game of different genres, the exploration of the depths of the oceans, the mysteries of distant planets, and the secrets of the human body. Read more


In children's bowling, every child regardless of age, bowling experience, and physical fitness can feel like a strong player - because for children the lanes have raised boards, and a special lightweight ball thrown even by a small fragile girl can strike out.

For the little ones, there can be slides with a pool of balls, and for cozy gatherings next to the lanes, there are tables where you can eat, ordering a delicious pizza in the cafe nearby.


Anti-café always has free sweets and tea, and board games and payment depends on the time spent there. You can rent a hall in the anti-cafe where animation and interactive programs, popular show parties, quests, and master classes will be arranged for the kids.

You can also spend your birthday talking and playing with affectionate cats in a cozy cat cafe, or get acquainted, feed, and take pictures with real owls.


Children's birthday party in the theater will allow the birthday child and his guests to plunge into a magical theatrical atmosphere, where children become active participants in theatrical performances along with their favorite characters from cartoons and books, solving interesting puzzles and passing funny tests, and can even create their own play on stage with real actors.

Theaters offer both ready-made scenarios of the event and individual programs that take into account the interests, age, and preferences of the birthday child.


A quest in a box is a ready-to-play kit, a quest can be easily organized in your home.

For the offsite event, you choose the location of the quest: nature, office, cottage, parkland, or other space, where a few hours before the event the quest organizers will arrive and prepare the site. Bright scenery, artifacts, puzzles, props, and accessories as well as a fascinating story and tasks that will not let the kids get bored are waiting for you.

The value of the gift is increased many times over, if you unpack the package before searching, running from cache to cache, and unraveling codes. To organize such quests easily, kits are complete with all the necessary materials and ready for use.

Entertainment centers

In the entertainment centers, there are many attractions with mazes, trampolines, and playgrounds. For a birthday party, you can organize an entertainment program with animators, master classes and shows, a festive table, and a children's menu.


A child's birthday at a museum is a great way to spend time that is not only fun but also informative. Special holiday programs include a fascinating introduction to the vast exposition of museums, combined with dancing, poems, creative tasks, and interesting quizzes. And young fans of computer games are sure to enjoy the museum with the working gaming machines of the Soviet era. At the end of the celebration, there is an opportunity to end the event with a traditional tea party.


Paintball is a team game using pneumatic markers, shooting gelatinous balls with water-soluble paint that breaks when hitting an obstacle and coloring it.

As the game is rather traumatic, it is important that before and during the game instructors instruct children and explain safety techniques and monitor the battle. Clubs should use modern equipment, special protective equipment for children, and reduced power "weapons".

Modern paintball clubs offer special programs and scenarios adapted for children and fun birthdays.

Rock Climbing Clubs

At rock-climbing walls, the festivities are held in the format of moving competitive games with sports excitement, competitive spirit, and striving to the top. In a playful and exciting way, instructors teach children about such kinds of sports as rock climbing.

At the same time, an active program does not require special physical training of holiday participants. All contests and games are absolutely safe, children are constantly supervised by qualified instructors.

Trampoline Centers

A birthday party in a trampoline center contains a very rich, active program, which children especially like. Jumps are replaced by various contests, relay races, and other activities, so the time spent in the trampoline room will seem diverse and will fly by quickly and pleasantly.

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