An inflatable playground can be the site of a first birthday party, a first transatlantic paper-airplane flight, or a first doctoral dissertation on the geothermal impact of teeter-totters. Make a scientific breakthrough while breathlessly jumping with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $8 for a two-visit bounce pass (a $16 value)
- $16 for a four-visit bounce pass (a $32 value)
- $24 for a six-visit bounce pass (a $48 value)
- $124 for a private premier birthday party for up to 15 kids (a $249 value) – Sold Out<p>
Click here for a full list of open-bounce times. Alternatively, premier birthday parties include 70 minutes of play in a private bounce room, 50 minutes in a private party room, two staff members on hand to lead the party, full-color invitations, a Bounce U souvenir, cups and utensils, and three 2-liter drinks.
Bounce U Raleigh
Voted a favorite place for party services by Carolina Parent readers from 2010-2013, Bounce U welcomes kids to descend upon an inflatable, climate-controlled playground where they can bounce and ricochet in safety. Along with birthday parties and group outings, Bounce U hosts open-bounce sessions that let sock wearers of all ages imagine they're synchronized leapers in a futuristic moon performance as they carom around the inflatable stadium, expending energy with every leap. Adults are welcome to act like 8-year-olds and join the vivacious youngsters in the playground.
The inflatable arena also opens its buoyant doors to technology-themed bounce camps and programs, where boys and girls spend half their time with brain-bolstering projects such as creating their own stop-motion animation movies or reprogramming the remote to skip all news channels. After stretching the limits of their imaginations, kids then spend the other half of the day stretching the limits of their limbs on the inflatable playground.
92% of 352 customers recommend
“Great and clean space for kids play area ”
“this place is awesome! love the inflatables & activities. we are planning to have next birthday party there.”
“Be prepared to climb! My 5 yr old could not get to the top of the jungle-gym on her own, so guess who had to help her get there!”