Mad Science Birthdays
Other Ideas: Connors Farm; Goldfish Swim School; Birthday Parties at The Glass Bar; Clay Dreams; South Shore Children's Museum
Be a Mad Scientist on your birthday!!! We come to you. Best for ages 5-12 years old.
Mad Science of Greater Boston parties entertain children with exciting, high-energy, interactive shows that come to you.
Our no-mess, hassle-free parties typically last one hour, with the option of special add-ons like cotton candy-making, bubbling potions and rocket launches. Children will discover objects that float through columns of air, marvel at the mystery of fireworks, or be amazed by green-glowing water!
Children leave Mad Science parties with fun and educational take-home experiments like slippery slime, fantastic Mad Science putty or super bouncy balls!
All Mad Science Parties are
* approximately 45-60 minutes long!
* the perfect entertainment for children aged 5-12!
* appropriate for any group size!
* held at your location!
* affordable and tons of fun!
Mad Science has everything you need to make your childfs next party a success, including awesome invitations and premium quality, ready-to-go goody bags loaded with science-themed toys that are exciting and value-packed!
Add some additional fun to your party with:
Invitations & Goody Bags
Cotton Candy Making
Voice Effects Generator
For more information, email Mad Science of Greater Boston at [email protected]
37 Whitcomb Street, Waltham, MA, 02453 map
Phone: (781) 899-6006
Mad Science comes to you.
Missed OrdersMy niece also had a similar negative experience with Mad Science of Greater Boston. Her order for cotton candy was missing as it was not even written on the invoice. I'm not sure what's happening but they really need to get their act together!
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