Inflata Nation Review

Inflata Nation Review

AD. Have you ever wanted to bounce on a giant bouncy castle? Or play a human version of hungry hippos? What about playing gladiator with your parents as the opponent? Well, at Inflata Nation, you can. We were gifted tickets for the purpose of an Inflata Nation Review. Take a look at how we got on!

Inflata Nation Birmingham

A giant Inflatable theme park, home to many inflatable activities, is guaranteed to have you sweating, laughing, and bouncing all day long.

At Inflata Nation Birmingham we tested out all of the inflatable activities that are on offer. We arrived at 11.30 for our 12 0’clock timed session and watched the safety briefing before we were allowed to bounce. Upon our arrival, we were asked to sign disclaimers, which I had done before we got there. All of the information is sent in an email with the booking.

For £2 you can rent a locker for shoes and bags (payable by cash or card) which are securely locked with your date of birth as a password.

Please note – you MUST wear socks in order to bounce. No bare feet allowed.

I would say approximately 20 people are allowed in per timed session. This number is perfect and all seemed to be running very smoothly between transitioning timed slots.

Lets Bounce!

Finally, it was our turn. We ran in and jumped on the Inflata Bubbles first! A giant square area of bouncy bubbles to get the legs warmed up. A few back flips and front rolls are performed to loosen the limbs!

We then headed to the Giant Pumpkin Jumps (as my kids called them!) These are so much fun, the boys thoroughly enjoyed throwing themselves on top. Think Wipeout, but without the freezing cold water!

Next up is Inflatable Duel – Battle it out between friends or family on a wobbly platform. Who will succeed?! The boys suitably battled each other, then Dicky and I had a go. I won!

Super Slides

Molly enjoyed the inflatable slides. There is a small version that ends in a ball pit, and a very large drop slide that totally takes your breath away!

There is also an inflatable assault course. Time each other to race around the adventure course, up and over, through and under. Who will be the fastest?

Hungry Hippos is absolutely hilarious. You attach yourself to the harness and battle it out to get the most balls in the hoops. With a child on one end, and an adult on the other, it wasn’t hard to see who would come out the worst off!

There is plenty of room to run and bounce around, we didn’t feel at any point that we had to wait for anything, or that it was crowded. It was fairly hot though, I would recommend a bit more air conditioning!

Parents and Toddlers

For the smaller bouncers, there is an under 4’s area next to the very reasonably priced snack shop. We had a slushy to cool off afterwards and sat on the observation area, watching others bounce around.

Disability Friendly

Inflata Nation regularly run classes at Birmingham including Inflata Tots and disability friendly sessions. Inflata Tots for pre-schoolers runs weekly without any bigger kids getting in the way. Also, disability friendly sessions are specifically designed for those on the autistic spectrum. Inflata Nation Birmingham create a calm environment and a parent/carer can enter the arena free of charge.

If you are thinking of somewhere for a kids (or even an adults!) party, then Inflata Nation is your place to go. Head over to the website for more details.

Inflata Nation Review

We thoroughly enjoyed our time at Inflata Nation Birmingham and would totally recommend it for burning off a bit of steam, and some calories!

For other west midlands days out, why not visit Exotic Zoo or Moseley Old Hall.

Disclaimer – We were gifted tickets for the purpose of review but all words opinions and photos belong to anordinaryfamilyof5.

16 thoughts on “Inflata Nation Review

  1. I love places like these especially for rainy days. We recently visited something similar in Ireland for the first time and my son had a ball. Its a pity we don’t have anything like it near us as it was a great place to spend an hour and a half. He slept like a baby that night!

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