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The World's Largest Bouncy Castle Is Coming to Boston

The World's Largest Bouncy Castle Is Coming to Boston

Boston, MA– During the summer months, Massachusetts has a ton of fun amenities and attractions to keep residents having the time of their lives during the season of joy. From trips to the New England Aquarium or Six Flags New England or the beaches of Cape Cod, there is always something fun just around the corner when you live in the Bay State. This summer, however, a brand new experience is coming to Boston, for a limited time only, and it is definitely a bit of an unconventional method of fun.

The largest bouncy castle in the entire world, known as “The Big Bounce America” is coming to Boston for a quick stint over the summer after the week of Independence Day. “The Big Bounce America” is known as a Guinness World Record holder for the largest inflatable castle known to man. That is not to say that some undiscovered land mass has an even bigger inflatable castle, but rather that if some random guy from Poughkeepsie has a bigger one, he has not yet made it clear to Guinness.

But “The Big Bounce America” is so much more than just a bouncy castle. It is over ten thousand square feet big and, as a result of this, it is sectioned off into various zones with different types of games and activities for visitors to behold and have fun with. For example, the castle has a DJ, an inflatable forest with accompanying animals, ball pits, slides, an inflatable basketball court, and so much more. There are even sessions for zero-gravity and racing that can be reserved, as well as adults-only reservations that are available. And with tickets costing thirty dollars at the most, it sounds like a fun way to spend a Boston summer day!

From July 5 to July 7 and July 12 to July 14, “Big Bounce America” will be at Fredericks Park in Revere and it is just waiting for Bostonians to come and have a good time. I don’t know about you, but I think this is definitely worth the trip north. I mean, how often does a Guinness World Record of this magnitude (and color) come to Boston?

Image via Instagram / thebigbounceamerica