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Austin's Inflatable Adult Theme Park Is Coming This Spring

I'm sure we all remember growing up and begging our parents for a bounce house at our birthday parties. Eventually, we got too old to play in them and that was undeniably the saddest realization of our lives. Fortunately, an adult-friendly inflatable theme park is coming to Austin with the world's biggest bounce house and it is making it socially acceptable to play in bouncy castles again.

The Big Bounce House America is coming to Austin from Saturday, April 11 to Sunday, April 26. Austin is just one of many stops the theme park is making for its 2020 tour, but this will be one of its longest stops.

While it will be in ATX for two weeks, the park will only be open on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays during the dates it's in town.

Still, there'll be plenty of time to enjoy both new and old attractions.

This year, The World's Biggest Bounce House is even bigger, totaling at 13,000+ square feet of pure bounce. Your ticket will not only include access to this but to three separate themed houses as well.

Brand new to 2020 is Sport Slam, which is a customized, massive sports arena filled with balls of every size.

You'll get to play dodgeball, basketball, soccer, and much more.

The Giant, which is America's Biggest Inflatable Obstacle Course, and AirSPACE are both back and better than ever, and one is even offering something different from last year.

AirSPACE is bringing with it a brand new Star attraction alongside favorites from 2019.

Possibly the best part of it all is that when you purchase your tickets, you'll get to decide on the time slot you wish to be a part of.

The slots allow only certain age groups to participate at a time, meaning you won't have to worry about bumping into children while trying to have a good time.

For those who want to bring their children, that's obviously allowed. They'll have their own time slots to play.

Tickets range from $17 to $37 and will get you a dedicated time slot for the OG bounce house, and unlimited access to the rest.

Let's bounce!

The Big Bounce House America

Price: $17 - $37

When: Saturday, April 11 - Sunday, April 26

Address: TBA

Why You Need To Go: Get ready to be a kid again! You'll get to bounce around all day long with your preferred age group.

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