Photos (clockwise from left): Via Magic Castle, Culver Ice Arena, Beacher’s Madhouse, Moonlight Rollerway
Magicians at birthday parties are typically reserved for screaming seven-year-olds. But this members-only venue promises to forever change your perception about magic shows. The term “wizard” takes on a whole new meaning when the biggest names in magic perform at one of the most exclusive and revered magic institutions. With the flick of their wand, wondrous warlocks will leave you breathless and certainly give you something deeper to ponder on your special day.
Magic Castle, 7001 Franklin Avenue (near Sycamore Avenue); 323-851-3313.
Culver Ice Arena
We know it's in there: That competitive drive that wants to push and shove its way to glory — by any means necessary. So, display your inner dominance on the ice at Culver City Ice Rink where you can throw a birthday party that will feed your inner competitor. You don't have to play for the L.A. Kings (or even know how to skate) to battle your friends in a heated game of broom ball. Restore yourself to glory at one of L.A.'s last full-sized indoor ice rinks.
Culver Ice Arena, 4545 Sepulveda Boulevard (at Franklin Avenue); 310-398-5718.
Beacher’s Madhouse is unlike anything we have ever witnessed (think the circus on roids).
Beacher’s Madhouse, 7000 Hollywood Boulevard (near Highland Avenue); 323-785-3036.
For those who want a far-out experience we highly recommend the Moonlight Rollerway. It’s one of the only spots in L.A. where you can slap on a pair of skates and groove to some funky disco tunes.
Moonlight Rollerway, 5110 San Fernando Road (near Hawthorne Street); 818-241-3630.
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