The Big Bounce America is 10,000 square feet and 32 feet tall. The Bounce Village, where a DJ spins, is another 10,000 feet of inflatable fun.
People of all ages can bounce through the entrance of the inflatable castle. Once inside, bouncers can test their skills on an obstacle course and try to get big air and dunk like Michael Jordan. There are also giant slides that lead to a ball pit.
"We were producing an event as part of a big musical festival and the organizers had created a small family section, which included a fairly standard bounce house. When the kids weren't using it, and nobody was looking, we snuck on and bounced around like were kids again," said The Big Bounce America cofounder Grahame Faerguson. "Then it dawned on us … what if we made a much bigger bounce house? What if we built the biggest one in the world? What if adults could bounce? What it had a DJ booth, ball pits, foam pits, slides, and more!?"
Tickets are sold per session with sessions split by age. Prices vary from $10 for toddlers to $25 for adults-only sessions. Entrance to the Bounce Village is an additional cost. Find ticket details here.
All children aged 4 and under in any session must be accompanied by a paying adult.
- Toddler Sessions are for children aged 3 and under accompanied by parents/carers.
- Junior Sessions are slower paced sessions aimed mainly at kids aged 7 and under.
- Bigger Kids Sessions can be a bit more boisterous and are aimed at kids 15 & under.
- Adult Sessions are for anyone aged 16+. Anyone aged 15 or under will not be admitted.
The bounce house is open Friday, July 13 from 2:30 to 6:30 p.m.
Saturday July 14 and Sunday July 15 the bounce house is open from 9:15 a.m. to 7 p.m.