Inflata Nation getting bigger again
Another venue being added in Birmingham
Inflatable theme park specialist, Inflata Nation, is opening another venue in Birmingham, which will be its biggest to date.
The attraction will cover 17,500 feet and will feature a giant bouncy castle, slides, assault courses and ball pools. The precise location is not yet announced but it is due to open in May.
The venture follows the opening of a Manchester Inflata Nation, last October. That plastic park welcomed 30,000 visitors in the first month. Michelle Ball, Inflata Nation founder, says: “Since launching in Manchester last October, interest in the park has been unprecedented. We’ve had franchise enquiries from across the globe, including from America, Australia and Dubai.
“And we’re delighted to announce that an Inflata Nation site will now be opening in Birmingham.”
The park will feature the country’s first giant dual lane dropslide, plus Inflata Grab, a human version of the board game Hungry Hippos, where competitors tethered to a bungee cord must strain against their leash while collecting balls. There will also be a two-lane assault course, a Gladiator Duel platform erected above a giant airbag, and an under-fours arena
Ball added: “We’ll be releasing more details over the coming weeks and it goes without saying we hope the Birmingham theme park will prove just as popular as it is in Manchester.”
The firm already has centres in Manchester and Runcorn.