Birthday Parties

Celebrate your child’s birthday with one of three unique and fun options.  Your child can choose between a tea party, carpentry party, painting, or sculpture party.  Best of all, you can let the A&H staff set up, clean up, and plan your child’s birthday stress free!  All you need to bring is cake, beverages, and party favors (as desired).

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At the Maitland Art Center, you’ll create a lasting memory for your child and their guests.  Their party includes a chosen art activity (painting or pottery), a guided tour of the Maitland Art Center grounds and gallery, and a half hour of birthday rental time in one of the A&H’s gorgeous facility spaces.

 

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A Quaint Way to Celebrate

Mrs. Waterhouse would like to cordially invite your little one to a special tea party to celebrate their birthday!  This party includes a tea party, special hat-making activity, a guided tour of the Historic Waterhouse Residence, and birthday rental time in A&H’s Cottage at Lake Lily.  Tea and finger foods included for Tea Party, food and drink not included in other parties.

 

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Mr. Waterhouse built his house with his bare hands. Come see how he did it! Tour the Waterhouse Residence with one of our experienced docents, then take a look at Mr. Waterhouse’s Carpentry Shop and finish your tour by making your very own toolbox. Your party ends with birthday rental time in the A&H’s Cottage at Lake Lily.

 

Cost

$250 for nonmembers, $225 for members for a two hour party.
Maximum 18 children.
Prices listed are for 18 children. Any additional children invited will be charged $12 each.
Price includes special gift for birthday child, decorations, plates, cups, utensils and free admission to the Art and History Museums – Maitland for all guests.

 

For more Frequently Asked Questions, click here.
To book your party, please call 407.539.2181, ext 264 or email megan@artandhistory.org

 

Images courtesy of Kelly Canova Photography

 

 
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