Indoor Fireworks Party!
For Children Aged 8+
Bright, loud and colourful—discover the science behind the magic of fireworks! We’ll bring the wonder of fireworks to your living room (without the explosions) as we explore the different aspects of fireworks—light, colour, flight and fire, through fun and interactive science experiments.
Wow your guests with this totally unique party, unlike anything they've seen before!
What’s included in an Indoor Fireworks Party?
1 hour of interactive indoor firework science entertainment with your Nanogirl Scientist
All the equipment for all the experiments. We use waterproof drop cloths to contain any mess, and clean everything up at the end of the show
A pair of science safety glasses for the birthday child to keep
Priced from $320
We can also take care of party invitations and goodie bags if you need them. Once you’ve booked your party, we’ll be in touch to make sure we understand all the support you need to make your birthday special and stress free!
We know that some parties may need to be tailored for accessibility and children with special needs. We have lots of experience in this including touch-focused parties for children with vision impairments, and providing ear defenders for sound-sensitive children. Just send us an email with your specific needs to email@example.com and we’ll do all we can to help.
Please note due to the nature of the open flames in this party, the indoor fireworks party is only for children aged 8+.
Simply fantastic, from the communication before hand to arrange the party, to the quality of the presentation and engagement with the children. Everything was excellent; all kids had a great time and my daughter (party girl) was in her element helping with the experiments. Was a fireworks party and we had no concerns around safety- everything was carefully thought about and managed. Highly recommend.
Kat, January 2021
Fiery birthday party making science fun!
A Tauranga mum who threw a firework themed birthday party for her eight-year-old son says this type of event has the potential to spark children’s interest in science...
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