Birthday Parties

We promise your child's next birthday party will "Make History" with help from us. Held at the location of your choice, children will find our historically themed parties "edutaining."

 

 All Making History parties include-

  • a digital copy of a customized party invitation to help you spread the word. 

  • one and a half hours of historical fun. Typically bday parties last 2 hours. We plan our activities to take roughly an hour and a half, that way you have time at the beginning or end to sing Happy Birthday, enjoy cake, etc. 

  • party is held at your location of choice (your home, community building, park, etc.) We can set up indoors, outdoors, or a combination of both. 

  • crafts for each child to create and take home. 

  • authentic artifacts and decorations to complement the party theme (we arrive early to set up and decorate)

  • digital photographs of all your party-goers dressed in period costumes in the photo booth sent to you after the party. 

  • special gifts for the birthday child.

  • unique theme-based party favors for your guests. 

 

**Making History parties start at $185 for up to 10 children. Additional children are welcome for $10 each. A travel fee may apply for distances that are greater than 25 miles from Easley, SC. Contact us for availability!



 

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Choose from one of our popular themes, or we can build the perfect birthday experience for your budding history enthusiast based on his/her interests.

Wild West Rendezvous

Calling all Trailblazers! Children compete in a relay race that stimulates the trials and triumphs pioneers experienced on the Oregon Trail. Children will also construct log cabins, weave a rag rug, and churn their own butter to eat on johnnycakes.


 

World War II Battle Bash 

Get a first-hand look at real artifacts from the 1940s, act out a battle skit, and practice real first aid skills used in WWII. Dress up as a sailor, soldier, Uncle Sam, or even Rosie the Riveter. No rations on the amount of fun at this party.


 

Colonial Tea Party

The tea party includes an etiquette lesson, real flowers, and cloth napkins plus light refreshments, games, dancing and the creation of hand-dipped candles.


 

Revolutionary War Spies 

Patriots hear the stories of two famous spies during the Revolutionary War, dress in period disguises, write with invisible ink using quill pens, hang a coded clothes line for Washington’s spies, make candles, and play with colonial era toys.
 

Upstate SC Sock Hop 

This festivity features poodle skirts, greaser jackets and rock-n-roll. Toys and games at this party are authentic to the 1950s. Party-goers will also experience life in a SC Mill Village in the 50s, including what the kids who grew up around textile mills did for fun! Dance to tunes from the 50s, including Elvis, Hank Williams, and more.
 

An Explorers Expedition

A thrilling adventure into the New World! Children make their own compasses, act out a daring skit, and put on a costume to become a Viking, Native American, or Conquistador. Play along with Ferdinand Magellan as he takes the kids on an interactive and tasty voyage around the world with “Magellan’s Munchies.”