I loved it, great experience. My little one had a blast too. They are flexible on what you will and won't do at the party, whether or not to do presents and/or cake in exchange for more gym time. They served all the cupcakes, set up all the decorations, and helped clean up and load the presents in the car. They even wrote down who gave us each gift. It was similar to a normal class, but much more fun and laid back, and they made my birthday girl really feel like the star of the party.
My only complaints are, the windows were so clean that my 2 year old (and mother in law) ran into them thinking it was the door. Its silly, but it happened, and they mentioned it happens frequently, so there needs to be window décor or a distraction so it doesn't happen again! She cried for a good chunk of her party, especially after the 2nd time it happened.
Also, there was a bit of misunderstanding during the scheduling process. I have to look into it still, but I requested the mini bash, and I think we paid more than we were initially told, I think the same price as the next level party, but we were in a hurry. Also, before the party, it was unclear how much of a deposit we put down, and they weren't very clear on it, but again, there was a lot going on. So we're going to look into it before her next regular class there.
I love the confidence my daughter gains from her Little Gym classes. She's learning gross and fine motor skills and how to act as part of a group. She loves her teachers and is always very excited when she hears the word "Gym."
So many birthday places these days feel like "party factories". The Little Gym did not once feel that way! We had the place to ourselves so no other distracting parties. The staff really got involved with the kids, playing and singing...that was really the best part. It's nice to have help with cake cutting and serving, but having a staff that leads the kids in games, gets on the floor and plays with them, designs an obstacle course for them...all that was what made our party a hit for the kids (and the parents).