NYSCI Birthday Parties

Celebrate your child’s birthday at NYSCI with an exciting and educational experience 

From favors and food to mini golf, magic and New York’s largest Science Playground, a Super Science Birthday at the New York Hall of Science is an action-packed party they’ll remember all year!

Parties are available on weekends from 11 am – 1 pm, noon – 2 pm, 2 – 4 pm, and 3 – 5 pm.

Birthday Prices

Select which Science Birthday package suits your group: Super, Deluxe or Premium. All packages include museum admission, facilitated activities, gift bags, party food and use of our private party room.

Birthday Themes

Choose from up to eight different themes, including Bubble Trouble, Space Ace, Gross Out Science and Rocket Park Mini Golf, catering from ages three and up.

“Our son could not stop telling us that this was his “best birthday ever!” From our initial call to our final goodbye the day of the party we were all impressed.” Patrick’s Mom, Long Island.

Birthday Extras

Get the most out of your party. Make sure you’re covered for extra guests, special food requests, or last minute party planning.

“All logistics of juggling kids, late arrivals, coats and presents were beautifully handled. Your birthday party staff are fantastic!” David’s Mom, Manhattan.

Birthday FAQs

Read the list of frequently asked questions, including information on parking, type of cakes and food, arrival times and cancellation fees.

“Our daughter’s party was a blast due to your outstanding efforts. We are greatly appreciative of everything that was provided. It made us worry free!” Seasia’s Mom, Queens.

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