I’m sure we’ve all been to a trampoline park or two but have you ever visited an inflatable park before? I certainly hadn’t. It’s basically a massive bouncy castle with lots of different sections and obstacles to tackle.
My girls are pretty much all grown up now so I tend to miss out on this kind of stuff, however at Air Unlimited, that’s not even a problem as they host adult only evenings from 7pm -8pm on Saturdays. More on that later…
My friend Hannah and I got the opportunity to test out the park prior to it opening it’s doors to the public today (Friday 14 December), along with the Tester Tribe that had been specially selected by the owner Calum’s daughter Amelia – it’s a hard job but somebody had to do it!
Initially, I was a bit reserved until Calum chucked me some Air Unlimited socks and encouraged me to have a go. It’s been about 20 years since I’ve been on a bouncy castle.
From climbing areas to a gladiator podium and giant football zone, there’s plenty to explore. Hannah and I resorted to behaving like 8-year-olds, jumping on to the air pads and giggling as we gracefully (!) slid down the various slides.
If you do want to take the kids along, they have a fabulous cafe area for carers/parents to relax in with a brew and a snack (kids under 5 do need to be accompanied by an adult on the course – any excuse to get on the inflatables though, right?). Air Unlimited also host weekly events, such as autism-friendly sessions, toddler sessions at a reduced price and even corporate events.
As I mentioned earlier, it’s adults only between 7pm – 8pm on Saturdays, making it the perfect way to break the ice on a first date, liven things up for a 159th date night or host a get-together that doesn’t involve waking up with a headache the next day. And let’s face it, spending an hour or two running around at Air Unlimited is way more fun than slogging it at the gym.
Find out more information or book via the Air Unlimited website – ideal for wearing the kids (and grown-ups) out during the Christmas holidays.
*I was invited to review Air Unlimited FOC, however, all opinions are my own