There aren’t many activities that can combine the fear of being underground with staggering heights… but this new attraction in Wales has done it. The new Bounce Below arena (near tongue twisting Blaenau Ffestiniog) will soon be giving visitors the chance to bounce and slide on an immense underground trampoline suspended 180 feet up in an underground cavern that’s twice the size of London’s St. Paul’s Cathedral.
Visitors to this highly unique bounce house put on cotton overalls and helmets, then take a train into the mountain and the middle of Llechwedd caverns. There they are greeted by three enormous nets connected by stairs and slides, with a 60 foot slide to make your exit – and it’s all lit by an array of super-colorful lights. Yes, your next party will be legendary.
Visitors can expect to pay between £15 and £20 for an hour on the tramps, which seems like a pretty great deal. They recommend “sensible clothing” because of the chilly 46F interior temperature… but we’re guessing an hour of bouncing will keep you pretty warm.
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via Design Boom