Carousel Gardens Birthday Parties

Carousel Gardens is the perfect place for your child’s next birthday party. We offer fun and affordable parties for children of all ages. You can choose between private access to a single or multiple rides in the park, and have the choice of booking a private party house, indoor or outdoor locations inside Storyland, and/or two beautiful outdoor gazebos.


Parties in Carousel Gardens:
• Food beverages and fun for 25-50 guests
• 2-hour party time
• Two (2) 6-ft. picnic tables
• Choice of pizza (2 slices per guest), PB&J sandwiches (2 per guest), or chicken tenders that serve 25 people.
• Paper products (plates, cups, napkins, utensils, tablecloths)
• Unlimited water and assorted juices
• Birthday party t-shirt ($10 per shirt; mention size when booking the party)
• No outside food or drink allowed except birthday cake and one fruit, vegetable or sandwich tray.
• Payments must be made in full to secure a date. We accept all major credit cards. Credit card payments accepted over the phone.
• All reservations are final.
• No refunds given for inclement weather unless the amusement park or Storyland is forced to close due to the weather. In case of closing, you will be given the option to reschedule or receive a refund.
Items available for an additional fee:
• Additional pizza, tray of chicken tenders, or PB&J sandwiches
• Coffee service
• Muffin tray
• Ice cream cups
• 6 packs of Coke, Diet Coke, Sprite

-If you choose an indoor party location, a fountain drink machine is included in party fee. The fountain drink machine dispenses unlimited Fruit Punch and Lemonade drinks.

Please click here to get details about rides. 

Carousel Gardens Amusement Park Birthday Party Locations:
All houses in the Carousel Gardens Amusement Park are indoor and climate controlled party rooms.

Please click here to view party rooms/house in Carousel Gardens.

Please click here to view rides in Caorusel Gardens (available for single ride parties).

TWEETS FROM THE PARK:

CITY PARK FACTS:

City Park would not be the place it is today without President Rooseveltís Works Progress Administration efforts during the Great Depression. More than 20,000 men and women were employed to build bridges, roads, fountains, the Botanical Garden and Tad Gormley stadium, and to dig more 11 miles of lagoons - work all done by hand.