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Is yours, your chil­dren’s birth­day com­ing up, or are you orga­niz­ing a cel­e­bra­tion for rel­a­tives or best friends? Although every­one likes to cel­e­brate, fig­ur­ing out what to do on a birth­day is some­times a dif­fi­cult task.

10 ideas for what to do on your birthday

The appro­pri­ate birth­day activ­i­ties, of course, depend on where the birth­day is being cel­e­brat­ed. Here will share 10 birth­day ideas for peo­ple of all ages. There­fore, you will be able to get inspi­ra­tion regard­less of whether you are orga­niz­ing a birth­day par­ty for a child or an adult.

Some ideas are more for adults only or just for kids, but you will find some that are per­fect for both. After all, both chil­dren’s and adults’ birth­days are often cel­e­brat­ed by the whole fam­i­ly, so they must be inter­est­ing for all age groups. Some ideas are very impres­sive, while oth­ers real­ly do not require much effort or a large bud­get to imple­ment.

Paintball battle

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Per­fect for those who want more excite­ment and fun and for those who are tired of the usu­al birth­day par­ties. It is a very inter­est­ing activ­i­ty that allows you to escape from the rou­tine and have fun with friends and fam­i­ly. This game will appeal to both young and old. The only thing you will need is to gath­er a group of peo­ple. Paint­ball requires as large a team as pos­si­ble, but don’t wor­ry — if you don’t get enough, many paint­ball orga­niz­ers will be able to match you up with anoth­er group.

Escape rooms

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If you’ve nev­er been to an escape room before, your birth­day is a good time to give it a try. Although they are noth­ing new, they are a great way to cel­e­brate birth­days for both teenagers and adults. Escape rooms are a kind of maze with many sto­ries, rid­dles and tasks. They are cre­at­ed on var­i­ous themes and allow you to live a tru­ly unusu­al and real­is­tic expe­ri­ence. May not be suit­able for peo­ple who do not like sharp sen­sa­tions, are afraid of dark or closed rooms. But fans of extreme sen­sa­tions will real­ly like it.

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Karting

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Anoth­er dif­fer­ent and extreme idea of ​​what to do on a birth­day. Espe­cial­ly suit­able for those who love the feel­ing of speed, adren­a­line and rac­ing. Both chil­dren and adults usu­al­ly like to ride go-karts. If your town has a go-kart track and your friends or fam­i­ly are as adven­tur­ous as you are, you’re sure to have a great time.

Flight with hot air balloon

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This is a very orig­i­nal and cer­tain­ly more expen­sive way to cel­e­brate a birth­day. Those who have nev­er flown in a hot air bal­loon will have an indeli­ble impres­sion. This idea may not be suit­able for chil­dren, but it will def­i­nite­ly appeal to adults who are not afraid of heights. You will nev­er for­get a birth­day like this with a trip above the clouds. Fly­ing in a hot air bal­loon will allow you to see every­thing from a per­spec­tive you nev­er see the world from. Bal­loons come in dif­fer­ent sizes, so you can join anoth­er group of peo­ple and fly togeth­er, or choose a more inti­mate set­ting and fly only with your loved ones.

Spa and water activities

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Spa and water activ­i­ties will suit the whole fam­i­ly. Adults often want to get away from their wor­ries and relax, so they can choose spa treat­ments, saunas or a jacuzzi. Chil­dren will find all their favorite water attrac­tions, slides and oth­er plea­sures here. This is a great oppor­tu­ni­ty to cel­e­brate your birth­day with a small group of peo­ple, take time for your­self, pam­per your­self and relax!

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Jumping fun

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Tram­po­lines are absolute­ly loved by all chil­dren, but they can also be suit­able for adults — jump­ing awak­ens every­one’s inner child! You will find this enter­tain­ment in amuse­ment parks, hov­er tram­po­lines It’s also a great idea for birth­day par­ties at home. If you live in your own house or coun­try house and have a yard — there will def­i­nite­ly be a tram­po­line. You can even give a tram­po­line as a birth­day gift! It’s a great gift for kids, and for adults it can be the per­fect car­dio tool.

Movie marathon

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Do you like to cel­e­brate birth­days in a close home envi­ron­ment? Grab some pop­corn, drinks, and enjoy a movie marathon all night long with your loved ones. You can plan a themed movie night or orga­nize a vote for the best movies. This will get your birth­day par­ty guests involved in the activ­i­ties togeth­er.

Pajama party

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Anoth­er idea of ​​what to do on a birth­day at home is a paja­ma par­ty. This birth­day for­mat is very suit­able for chil­dren, and espe­cial­ly for girls. You can com­ple­ment the birth­day activ­i­ties with board games, good music and deli­cious food. A paja­ma par­ty would also be suit­able for a wom­en’s birth­day. If you want a more lux­u­ri­ous cel­e­bra­tion, you can orga­nize it in a hotel and devote the whole evening to the pool, skin treat­ments and wom­en’s con­ver­sa­tions about life.

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Adventure day

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Adven­ture seek­ers can spend their birth­day hav­ing fun in nature, climb­ing and obsta­cle parks. Such a hol­i­day will not only allow you to breathe fresh air, but also to get phys­i­cal­ly active. It can be a hol­i­day full of unfor­get­table moments and adren­a­line for both chil­dren and adults. You can cap­ture all the extreme moments of such a birth­day high in the trees with GoPro cam­era. It is not for noth­ing that they are called action cam­eras — they do not break, they are not afraid of shocks or water. With such a cam­era, you can film and cre­ate an impres­sive birth­day par­ty video. This is a great keep­sake that can make a great birth­day gift.

Costume party

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An idea that is a time­less clas­sic! These are themed par­ties suit­able for both small and large birth­days. Maybe there is a top­ic you are pas­sion­ate about? You can orga­nize a birth­day par­ty with just that theme. If there is none, sug­gest choos­ing:

  • 70s or 90s themed par­ty;
  • Mask par­ty;
  • Gang­ster par­ty;
  • Super­stars Par­ty;
  • Hip­pie par­ty;
  • Pirate par­ty.

You can not only match the cos­tumes to these par­ty themes, but also pre­pare the ban­quet table and inte­ri­or dec­o­ra­tions that match the peri­od or theme.

Even those who don’t know what to do on their birth­day have already got some ideas and hope they will choose at least one of them. You can also always com­bine sev­er­al ideas for one birth­day. This can be espe­cial­ly rel­e­vant for those who need a par­ty pro­gram that is suit­able for both chil­dren and adults. And you can always find the nec­es­sary attrib­ut­es for birth­days in our online store!