BIG kids will be thrilled to find out that the world’s biggest bouncy castle is going to do a full tour of the UK.
The inflatable obstacle course is called The Monster and is 984 feet-worth of bouncy fun.
There are 42 different obstacles on the course including an 18 metre mega slide, the “tunnel of love” and the “bouncy cage of doom”.
The obstacle course will begin its four month tour on May 25 in Manchester Central.
It will then move to Cardiff Motorpoint Arena, Sheffield Flydsa Area, Nottingham Motorpoint Area, Edinburgh Royal Highland Centre, London Alexandra Palace, Peterborough Arena and Birmingham NEC Arena.
After you’ve been on the bouncy castle there’s a range of street food, craft beers and cocktails on offer.
Though we’d definitely recommend getting stuck into the booze and food after – or you might feel seriously sick.
There’s also an adult ball pit and live DJs.
Benedikt De Vreese, owner of V-Formation, the company that custom made The Beast, said: “People are dead tired when they slide the last piece of the track but after that they can’t stop talking about how cool it was.
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“That’s why we built this, to create something special for adults but where they can be a kid again.
“It’s not always about power or speed, it’s about endurance and knowing yourself.”
Benedikt added: “It’s about starting with 100 per cent energy and making sure you finish with zero per cent without reaching that point in the middle of The Beast.”