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An inflatable theme park is set to open in the UK in the next couple of weeks and believe us when we say this, it looks incredible.
Because let's be honest, what adult doesn't seriously miss those hours of fun spent on bouncy castles and trampolines? Well, all of that childhood fun could be relived very soon.
Jumpin Fun - the brains behind the inflatable haven - has announced its new and third site which will be unveiling itself in Medway City Estate, Strood, Kent.
According to Kent Live, the South East's 'first inflatable theme park' will offer 16,000 square feet of inflatable fun with a café and spectators' viewing gallery.
A giant ball pit should also be expected, as well as dedicated toddler SEN and home ED sessions along with party rooms which will offer birthday experiences.
According to Jumpin Fun, the inflatable theme park is for 'just about anyone of any age' so any age groups are more than welcome to get involved amongst the fun and games.
But of course, the theme parks are an absolute hit with kids, with one happy parent writing: "Took my three year old and 12 year old today, they loved it so much they didn’t want to go.
"Unlike a trampoline place where my kids get bored half way through, Jumpin kept them entertained throughout the whole hour!"
The inflatable playgrounds also offer obstacle courses, football matches with marshalls, giant wipe out walls, balance beams, huge slides and airbags.
Where do we sign up??
Jumpin Fun currently has 3 sites across the UK, with inflatable parks operating in Burgess Hill, Sailsbury and Derby.
While an exact opening date is yet to be confirmed for the upcoming Kent park, Heart has reported that it is due to welcome its first customers as early as February, so locals should certainly be keeping their eyes peeled.
Speaking of our trusty UK theme parks, a huge £300 million indoor theme park is set to open in Blackpool.
Plans for the mega attraction, which will house three indoor theme parks, a food hall and swanky holiday apartments, were given the green light by councillors back in October.
According to reports, work is set to start on the heritage quarter site next year and will take a staggering 10 years to complete.
So, if you don't fancy waiting 10 years for Blackpool's indoor theme park, you now know exactly where to go for your inflatable playground needs.
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