Our Day Out At Inflata Nation | AD Gifted

Last year we visited Inflata Nation in Manchester and little J loved it, he loved it so much that he has continued to ask when we could go back. Last week we finally managed to return and it was perfect as it has had a refurbishment and is bigger than before with dual level inflatables.

For those that have never been before Inflata Nation is an indoor inflatable arena so is perfect for lots of bouncing fun.

Little J couldn't wait to get bouncing as soon as we walked through the door. Upon arrival you need to complete a waiver form (if you haven't already done it when you booked online). You are given a coloured wristband to show staff that you have bought and paid for a one hour time slot. If you book two hours you will be given a second different coloured wristband. Once checked in you can remove your shoes and place them in a locker and then head for a safety brief.

As soon as that is complete you head to the inflatable arena ready for your session. There are so many features to choose from little J didn't know where to start.

The new arena has lots of super slides to choose from

Two lane slides with a jaw dropping 7m near vertical drop. This was little J's favourite thing. He went on it 25 times. He just wanted to go round and round and round again. He is such a daredevil and the look of excitement as he slid down with his arms crossed on his chest, made me giggle.

Next to the vertical drop slides are dual bumpy slides. Little J didn't quite fancy these but John had a turn and almost flipped upside down.

The incredible tipping slide looked fun so I encouraged John and little J to go on it. It will definitely test your balance and skills as the slide inflates and starts tipping you down.

Inflata Bubbles always makes me giggle as little J bounces from one to another.

Inflata Free fall is a new free fall activity for all thrill seekers. Take a jump off the 6m platform. You’ll be wearing a harness and clipped to a free fall device to help you land safely.

The new ball pit was another favourite of little J's.

There is also and Improved interactive obstacle course for trying out those challenging ninja style moves. Both John and little J tried this out and had lots of fun doing so.

Inflata Duel, the popular and hilarious gladiator podium is back however we were told it was reserved for a party only which was a shame. Little J was desperate to have a turn.

As well as the arena there is a downstairs cafe, party and viewing area plus an upstairs seating/viewing area too.

For more information you can visit Inflata Nation.

We really enjoyed our session and I would definitely recommend choosing a two hour bounce. It will give you time to take a break in between and have a drink as it does get hot in there.

Michelle

31 comments

  1. This is a bit far from where i leave but it looks great, wish there was somewhere like this closer to home as my daughter would love it

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  2. This looks like so much fun, I've never been to anything like this before

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  3. Sarah Whittington15 November 2019 at 18:48

    It’s a fantastic day out

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  4. I've never been to an inflatable park but we have a local trampoline centre called Jumpworks - we've been there for parties quite a few times and loved it!

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  5. The closest to us is Jump! but this looks like worth a visit

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  6. We love our Birmingham one, it's get fun buy exhausting too lol x

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  7. No this sort of thing has passed me by

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  8. No we haven't, but it looks great fun

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  9. No I've never den but it does look like great fun

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  10. Margaret Clarkson
    No, I've never been anywhere like this.

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  11. I haven't been, but my brother who lives in Manchester took his kids and they had a fantastic time !

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  12. Haven't been to Inflata Nation, but looks likes a great day out for the family :)

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  13. I've never been, looks fun though

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  14. I've never been but it looks a lot of fun x

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  15. I've never been but it looks like lots of fun!

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  16. I've never been to anywhere like this, I think my granddaughter would enjoy it but I worry that the bright lights and noise could be too much for me.

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  17. Long way from where I live I'd be taking my grandson if it was nearer he'd love it

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  18. This looks great fun. I've never seen anything like it and would love to go

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  19. No I haven't been & I would love to go but unfortunately with my disabilities I wouldn't be able to take part which is so sad as it looks amazing fun!

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  20. I haven't been to anywhere like this before but looks like a great day away :)

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