World's Largest Bounce House Popping Up in Cleveland Area This August

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The Guinness Book of World Record's largest bounce house is set to inflate in Cleveland at the end of the summer.

Touring the country since March, Cleveland is one of 40 cities that Big Bounce America is bringing its open-air (meaning, hopefully not smelly) 10,000 square-foot bounce house castle.



The rainbow-color inflatable includes a massive ball pit, a basketball court and climbing towers, as well as party-games, confetti blasts, music from a live DJ and competitions with free giveaways.

Along with the bounce house, the inflatable experience includes a 900-foot inflatable obstacle course and a 25-foot-tall space-themed
spectacle featuring a five person race slide and a 55-foot wide bounce area.



Sessions are organized by age, with adult-only sessions available. There are no fees for spectators, so come and watch your kids for free. An outdoor activity, the event will take place rain or shine. While three or four food vendors will be on the scene, feel free to bring your own food as well. 

Tickets come in two formats: a three-hour pass that includes a timed session on the world’s biggest bounce and unlimited access to the other inflatables, and a one hour session on the bounce house. Prices range from $16 to $30.

Be sure to purchase tickets online in advance, as they will cost more at the box office. The pop-up is open on two weekends, Aug. 23-25 and Aug 29-Sept. 1, at the Victory Sports Park in North Ridgeville.

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