Funfuzion

29 LeCount Place
New Rochelle, NY 10801
(914)637-7575
World’s Greatest Birthday Party 

When he was younger, he dreamt of the perfect party. It was going to have dancing, games, cool prizes, bowling and laser tag. Then he realized he had one problem; he couldn’t find a place that included all these activities. He went online in search of this place and found FunFuzion. Wow, his dreams could come true! They have the award winning World’s Greatest Parties, bowling, laser tag, billiards, video games, and rides.  

They have taken the old birthday parties and jazzed them up with entertainment, games, and prizes. They have 2 designated areas for two separate age groups and have designed a party experience geared for both younger and older children. Interactive Emcee’s lead the children through a series of games such as a unique round of musical chairs, spoon and egg race, and mummy wrap etc. followed by dancing. The music is always great and I’m sure you will love showing off your latest dance moves such as the Nae Nae, Cha-Cha Slide, and the D Low Shuffle. The best part is his parents got to enjoy the fun as the emcee took them on a blast to the past by challenging them to show off their best dance moves. Once you have worked up an appetite you get to enjoy yummy pizza and win prizes but that’s not all. You also have the option to add on a keepsake DVD to remember this birthday for years to come. 

 The World’s Greatest Party Includes:  
  • 1 ½ hours in the birthday theatre 
  • Pizza for each child 
  • Unlimited soda while in the theatre 
  • Party host and décor 
  • 700 bonus credits good for non-redemption games and rides 
  • 4 Complimentary adult seats 
  • The Birthday Super Star will receive a birthday t-shirt, tiara or crown and a chance to win redemption points at our Funny Money Machine.
Listed in Westchester County Children's Birthday Party Places, Manhattan Children's Birthday Party Places
Funfuzion
29 LeCount Place
New Rochelle, NY 10801
(914)637-7575

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