Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, is home to more than 1.1 million people. The largest city in the state, Oklahoma offers a variety of activities for people of all ages. Depending on the type of birthday party that you are planning, you can find various rental venues for your event. Reserve your space early. Weekend rentals are particularly popular, so you may wish to schedule your event during the week in order to obtain a discount.
The Little Gym
If you're looking for a party location for your child's event, then consider booking an event at The Little Gym. Located at 10400 S. Western Avenue, the entire facility can be rented for your party. Children aged 1 to 12 often enjoy parties at this location. Staff members will take care of clean-up, and they will organize activities for all of the guests.
Science Museum of Oklahoma
At the Science Museum of Oklahoma, you can rent space for a child's party, or you can rent a larger area and plan a celebration for an adult. The Science Museum of Oklahoma is located at 2100 NE 52nd Street. A variety of rental spaces are currently available at the museum, and you can even book the museum's catering service for your event. If you wish to organize a child's party, you can purchase one of the museum's birthday party packages, which will include access to the museum's exhibits for your guests.
If you are looking for an active party location, then rent space at Jump!Zone. Jump!Zone may be found at 10400 South Western Street. When you rent your party space, you can close the event to the public and have private play time. Guests can enjoy playing on inflatables. They can run through obstacle courses and climb high on inflatable slides. You will have a private party room so gifts can be stored in this location.
Oklahoma Railway Museum
If you ever wanted to be a train engineer or if you have a little one that loves trains, rent out the Oklahoma Railway Museum for your birthday party. Located at 3400 N.E. Grand Boulevard, the museum offers two meeting locations for parties. Guests can enjoy the party in the 1921 wooden caboose or you can book the waiting room of a 1905 train depot. You can also schedule a private train ride for party attendees.
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