Birthday ideas for 14 year old boy

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onthewall
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Birthday ideas for 14 year old boy

Postby onthewall » Mon Feb 09, 2015 7:43 am

Hi
Has any one got any ideas for a birthday for a 14 year old active boy? Dont want to travel far . Only for about 5 boys- cinema ?
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Re: Birthday ideas for 14 year old boy

Postby lorrwa » Mon Feb 09, 2015 7:47 am

Not my cup of tea, but probably good for that age group 'Ripleys Believe it or not' in Piccadilly. Often see discounted tickets on various websites too.
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Re: Birthday ideas for 14 year old boy

Postby ally30_1998 » Mon Feb 09, 2015 9:43 am

You say he's active. How about Go Karting? This was a favourite with my son for birthdays around that age.
Then we would feed them pizzas at home afterwards, always a winner.
Cinema is good, but depending on how grownup they think they are, maybe a pizza in somewhere like pizza express afterwards?
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Re: Birthday ideas for 14 year old boy

Postby Lizzie » Mon Feb 16, 2015 11:30 am

I heard that You can go ice-karting on the ice rink in Brixton. Sounds like fun! I think that the minimum age is 14 so that may suit your boy.
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Re: Birthday ideas for 14 year old boy

Postby janburt » Tue Feb 17, 2015 7:38 am

Rib ride on the Thames from by the London Eye? Walking over the top of the O2? My 12 year old has done both of these for parties - great fun. Paintball is also good fun for active kids, but you normally need to drive out of town for it.
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Re: Birthday ideas for 14 year old boy

Postby ladyofacertainage » Sun Feb 22, 2015 5:05 pm

I have had this place recommended for a boys birthday party but haven't made it there myself : http://www.bouncepingpong.com/ otherwise bowling always a good one, we go to Elephant and Castle, cheap, then chinese after here: http://www.dragon-castle.com/