- Trampoline Parks
- Activity Centres
Suitable for ages: Young Children (4-8), Older Children (9-12) and Teenagers (13-18)
Venue type: Indoor
Jumpstart starts at 12 noon most weekdays: it's for under 5s with their parents allowed on alongside them and it's just £5, plus there are bonus soft play items scattered about too!
Then the Jump Kids sessions allow older children and families to enjoy the wall to wall trampolines and angled walls, roll-over platforms, slamdunk basketball nets, grab bags and stunt landing airbags! There are so many ways to enjoy the features here depending on your mobility and daring, so why not plunge in for an hour and get the workout of your life at the same time!
The Freestyle Sessions are for older types with more movement between the surfaces encouraged almost heading toward parkour territory! Really give that airbag something to think about!
Meanwhile Jump Fitness classes are 45 minutes long and instructor led, a great way to build up your skills and fitness in advance before casually inviting the kids to an open session: can you imagine their faces!?!
- Restaurant Onsite
Getting There and Contact Information
Unit 3 Chetham Court, Winwick Quay, Warrington, Cheshire, WA2 8RF, England
Click here to visit Jump Warehouse's website
01925 747 739
Standard Opening Times and Pricing
Monday - Thursday: 10.00am - 9.00pm. Friday - Sunday: 9.00am - 9.00pm.
Starting from £5.00
Great way to burn off energy.
Written by LadyDelirium . 20.07.17
I took my 11 year old daughter here today and she had a great time. There is a huge room full on trampolines, slanted ones against the wall, a foam pit with a balancing beam, stairs leading to a high board where you can jump off into a huge air bag, basket ball hoops and electronic jumping games. It's great fun for kids of all ages. My daughter was jumping around with her 33 year old uncle and he was having a blast. It costs £6.50 for a one hour session which I think is great value for money. If you don't have your own grip socks you can purchase them for £1.50 a pair but you can then keep them for future use. There is a cafe on the balcony looking over jumping area so you can see your kids at all times and take pictures of them if your not going to jump yourself. The kids meals are a great price, you get either a sandwich or hotdog, crisps, a cookie and a drink for £3.50. They do quite a good range of hot and cold food, sweets, crisps and drinks all reasonably priced. Brilliant place for a rainy day or if you just want your kids to burn off some energy. My daughter was exhausted afterwards. They also do excerise classes of you fancy trying out a gym class with a twist, it looked like good fun.