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House of Air is not a house?it's a repurposed airplane hangar, and inside is The Matrix. Forty-two trampolines make up this main court, which is part wall and features two skatepark-inspired bowls at its north end. On any given day, the Matrix busies itself by proving that gravity can be exploited. Jumpers ages 7 and up launch from the floors and angled corners high into the air, some of them wearing rented GoPro cameras (available at the park) that record each breathtaking flip and dizzying spin.
Despite its size, the Matrix is just one of several areas inside the hangar. There's also the Colosseum, an arena for trampoline dodgeball games; the Training Ground, where jumpers from novice to professional practice their skills and wall-walks during Open Air sessions; and the new Kids Court, a recently completed trampoline zone separated from the rest and dedicated to three- to six-year-old children. This wonderland of trampolines caters to visitors of all stripes. Some might want to take an Air Conditioning class, while others throw jumping parties. Those who want to learn impressive tricks can even take private lessons from a staff of professional coaches, whose specialties range from snowboarding to competitive gymnastics.