The Best Birthday Party Ideas For Kids & Teens In Luzern
Kids love birthday parties. They are fun, they get to do cool things with their friends, and it makes them feel special. Win win win for the kids.
It isn’t always a win win win for parents, but a well chosen birthday party venue can definitely help ease the stress of organising one. Here we are looking at the party that is not at home, so no cleaning up, and either catered for or minimal catering required. Here is a range of birthday party ideas that range from climbing to adventure rooms to mini golf.
INDOOR VENUES FOR KIDS AND TEENS
Sixty minutes of unique challenges with four games possible. Recommended age is eight and above. The birthday party is held in the puzzle lounge, drinks available, but bring your own snacks and cake. Maximum of 12 children from Monday to Friday only.
Birthday party package at the Kriens centre includes 90 minute bowling, drinks, snacks and small gift for the birthday child. Billiards, darts and other games are also on site. Minimum requirement of five children.
Enjoy time in the pools, on the slide and diving boards before enjoying a decorated party in the Bistro. Two menus are available with a small gift for the birthday child included.
A great mixture of birthday events for energetic kids. Birthday cakes, food and drinks can be provided, just call and enquire what is possible.
Birthday cake and/or dinner in the Bistro available
Food and drinks can be supplied
A community centre, a home away from home, for international residents and locals alike. The centre is available for hire with a fully equipped kitchen. Check out the rates and options available on the link.
A two hour treasure hunt for nine years and older children who love climbing with a maximum requirement of nine. Possible time slots are Saturdays from 15:00 - 17:00 and during the week from 10:00 - 17:00. A birthday table with cake and drinks can be requested or you are welcome to bring your own.
Let your birthday child go on a discovery tour with nine of their besties and celebrate their birthday with a program planned to their taste. One and a half hours accompanied by an experienced and child-friendly guide, lunch and/or a birthday cake provided and a gift surprise for the birthday child. One accompanying adult is included and additional add-ons can be purchased.
World of Escapes
There are escape rooms available in English in Lucerne and Emmen and age rating is marked for 12+, 16+ and ‘not scary’. No information provided about parties but it looks like a lot of fun for a group of kids.
Other ideas that are further away:
Kiddy Dome in Rohrbach
About one hour drive from Lucerne. Both have birthday party packages.
This is a 100% soccer/football party that can be customised to your party requirements. Parties can be inside or outside so possible all year round. There is a minimum fee for 12 children.
Lucerne’s largest indoor playground for children up to eight years. A decorated birthday table is reserved for three hours for a minimum of six children. Three different birthday party offers are available.
OUTDOOR VENUES FOR KIDS AND TEENS
Eighteen unique holes for lots of fun. Chairs and tables are both undercover and open air for a birthday party set up. Hotdogs, hamburgers, salads, drinks and icecreams are available for purchase at the kiosk but you can bring your own cake. Table tennis, töggeli and billiards are on site for more fun. Birthday child receives free entry to mini-golf. Note: closed from 1 November to end of February.
Kart-Bahn Wohlen is a 50 minute drive and has birthday party specials for the birthday child. Children need to be eight and at least 140 cm tall.
Rope climbing parks
Both rope parks have a variety of climbing routes, picnic & grilling areas, playgrounds and restaurants. Have a party al fresco or reserve a table at a restaurant for a children's birthday party or a family gathering outdoors.
About the Author
Lily is a travel and culture writer from Australia, living for the second time in Switzerland.
The first time was in Zürich and then Zürich canton and this time she is enjoying living in Luzern with a view of the craggy peaks of Pilatus that she finds both mysterious and inspiring. She has a degree in Creative Writing and her favourite genre is creative non-fiction. She is passionate about writing about people with limb differences as it is important to start normalising disabilities in society.
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