Monday 25th September 2017
The incredible Inflata Nation will open next month in Trafford Park, Greater Manchester, replacing one of the city’s trampoline parks
Fans of Total Wipeout and Gladiators, listen up.
An inflatable theme park is coming to Manchester, and it’ll be the perfect opportunity to recreate the iconic 90s TV programmes.
Inflata Nation is to open next month in Trafford Park, Greater Manchester, replacing one of the city’s trampoline parks.
Jump Nation, the trampoline park which opened in 2014, will close its doors on October 9 to make way for the UK’s first permanent indoor inflatable theme park.
It’ll reopen on October 21.
Billed as the ‘next generation of leisure attractions’, it will feature The Inflata – two extreme drop slides, one straight and one curved – Total Wipeout style giant bouncing balls, Inflata Drop – a giant slide into the UK’s largest ball pool, a gladiator podium with battle sticks and loads more.
There’ll be a dedicated under six arena too, which includes its own slide and ball pool, and the venue will carry on offering exercise classes, the details of which have yet to be announced.
Jump Nation was the first trampoline park in Greater Manchester when it opened in 2014.
Inspired by trampoline parks in the U.S., founders Michelle and Matthew Ball found a gap in the UK market and were keen to develop a similar concept on their home turf.
The success of the venture led to more Jump Nations opening up in locations including Birmingham and Runcorn.
With the huge number of trampoline parks now sited across the region, they’re hoping to pull in families eager to try something new.