A huge 60m long Ninja obstacle course is the main attraction at this month’s Inflatable Adventure World in Liverpool.
It’s all part of the UK’s biggest indoor inflatable theme park which makes its debut at the Exhibition Centre on the Liverpool waterfront from 21st-23rd of February.
The three-day inflatable wonderland features 13 different attractions including a 20m high slide, a massive monster truck, 13m high helter skelter and a Nerf shooting range.
There’s unlimited access to all the various inflatables during each two-hour session.
Bradley Richardson from Inflatable Adventure World said:
“We’ve had a great response from people looking forward to having fun in our inflatable theme park.
“There’s a few new inflatables which will be seen in Liverpool for the first time and we hope people will enjoy bouncing around in a safe environment.
“It’s ideal for kids from the age of 3 to 14 and is a great way to keep them active during the school holidays whatever the weather.”
Organisers have also announced an autism friendly session on Sunday 23rd at 10am-12noon.
Tickets cost £10.99 (including booking fee) for unlimited access to a two-hour session which run on Friday 21st at 12noon-2pm; 2.30pm-4.30pm; 5pm-7pm and 7.30pm-9.30pm: Saturday 22nd at 10am-12noon; 12.30pm-2:30pm; 3pm-5pm; 5.30pm-7.30pm and 8pm-10pm: Sunday 23rd at 12.30pm-2:30pm; 3pm-5pm and 5.30pm-7.30pm.
Ages 2 and under are free. Spectator tickets are available for £3 (including booking fee).
To book tickets visit www.ticketquarter.co.uk or to find out more follow on Facebook: @InflatableAdventureWorld
"Theres a few new inflatables which will be seen in Liverpool for the first time and we hope people will enjoy bouncing around in a safe environment."
Bradley Richardson, Inflatable Adventure World
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