Inflatazone: Ireland opens first ever inflatable theme park

Looking for a fun idea for your kid’s next birthday party?

Ireland has just opened its first ever inflatable theme park.

Inflata Zone, a state of the art facility, opened in Dublin this week and is already becoming a favourite kids’ day out spot.

With over 10,000sq/ft of inflatable fun covering the equivalent of five tennis courts, it creates a safe space for children to unleash their energy in a creative way.

Adrenaline junkies aged four to twelve years of age can explore all ten zones of the park.

They can plummet to earth on a five-meter drop slide, climb, weave and crawl through an enormous inflatable obstacle course, let loose in a biff and bash zone and test their balance on the challenging stepping stones.

Bouncers can also scale to new heights on a climbing wall, burn off excess energy in an oversized open bounce area and much, much more!

Designed for hassle free parties, Inflata Zone boasts six private party rooms catering for groups of up to 40, dedicated staff to manage each group and a chill out café for parents to relax in.

“We are thrilled to be opening Inflata Zone, which will be Ireland’s only inflatable theme park”, said the park’s Paul Quinn.

“Having seen the craze start to sweep across America and the UK, we knew that Inflata Zone would be an instant hit with kids and parents in Ireland“.

You can book your next outing at www.inflatazone.ie with prices starting from just €10 per person.

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