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Birthday Parties and School Holidays At The Nostalgia Box

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Did you know that Perth is home to Australia’s first and only video game console museum? And did you also know your child can host a birthday party here? It’s a party that kids and parents alike will love!

The Nostalgia Box in Perth is a museum like no other. It’s a fun, unique experience for Perth children who will love learning about the history of video games, but also for parents, who will be transported back to their own childhood filled with old-school games and consoles.



Birthday parties at the Nostalgia Box


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Showcasing over 100 consoles dating back to the 1970s, the Nostalgia Box museum brings you the familiar machines and some that you won’t recognise, along with the stories of how video games have evolved. The Games Area presents an opportunity for parents and children to square off in some of the most popular games ever, including Sonic the Hedgehog, Space Invaders and Super Mario Bros.

At a Nostalgia Box birthday party, the children will have the entire venue to themselves for the duration of the party, meaning a safe environment for all. The Nostalgia Box offer flexible party packages to suit various needs and budgets, plus catering options are available.

Along with the oodles of video games to keep kids of all ages entertained (including big kids, like parents) your party guests will be looked after by friendly and helpful staff in a clean and welcoming environment. They even have downloadable party invites for your child to give to their guests – too easy!

Each guest will receive a giveaway to take home, while the lucky birthday boy or girl shall receive a complimentary lolly bag and a special present to remember their awesome party.



Birthday parties at the Nostalgia Box


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You can book the Nostalgia Box for a birthday party any day of the week between 10:30am and 5pm, except on WA public holidays and except in instances in which there are other private functions taking place.

Sound like your kind of museum? You don’t have to wait until your child’s birthday to pencil in a trip. With the school holidays fast approaching, the Nostalgia Box is a great way to keep the kids entertained. You are welcome to stay as long as you like, and their online booking system makes it super easy to find the best time for you and your family to pay a visit. Bookings are required to avoid overcrowding and ensure you get the best out of your experience.

Birthday party packages start from $27 per person for a minimum of ten guests. General entry to the museum is $15 for adults and $10 for kids aged five to 15. Concession price is $13 and kids under five years are free to enter. Family passes are available, as are discounts for groups of ten and over. Kids aged under 12 must be accompanied by an adult.

The Nostalgia Box is a one-of-a-kind museum that promises a birthday party experience your child will never forget. Book today, and prepare for a fun and fascinating insight into gaming that kids and parents will simply love.

Essential Information
The Nostalgia Box
Address: Shop 3, 16 Aberdeen Street, Perth
Phone: 9227 7377
Website: thenostalgiabox.com.au

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