This summer, you can bounce in the largest inflatable castle this world has to offer.
The Big Bounce America, which holds the Guinness World record for largest inflatable castle, will stop in Revere this July. Inside, the castle includes ball pits, a basketball court, climbing towers, confetti blasts, and a jumbo slide, all centered around a DJ spinning tunes and “nightclub quality sound and lights,” according to a press release.
In addition to the bounce house, two inflatable extras have been introduced for the 2019 tour. The first is an obstacle course dubbed “The Giant” that stretches more than 900 feet. The second is airSPACE, a 25-foot tall “space-themed wonderland” that features a five-person race slide and a 50-foot wide play space.
All-access tickets, which are divided into sessions by age group, allow visitors a three-hour window with a specified time slot to visit the bounce house and unlimited access to both The Giant and airSPACE. There are toddler sessions for children aged 3 and under, junior sessions for those 7 and under, and bigger kid sessions for those 15 and under. While parents and caretakers are welcome into any of these sessions, there is also an adults only option strictly for those 16 and up.
The buoyant experience will hit Revere’s Fredericks Park on July 5-7 and 12-14. Dates in Providence are also tentatively scheduled for July 19-21, but haven’t gone on sale just yet. There is an option to sign up for updates about when they do become available on the company’s website.