When planning a birthday party for kids, you know what usually comes to mind? A bounce house. It’s such an easy to bump up the fun for kids of all ages. Now they can live the ultimate bounce house dream with The World’s Biggest Bounce House coming to Chicagoland this summer!
This 16,000-square-foot bounce house — the largest in the world according to the Guinness Book of World Records — is coming at Busse Forest Park in Rolling Meadows for one weekend only, July 22-24, 2022.
Families who book a session at the bounce house will enjoy three hours of family fun on four different arenas, including The Giant inflatable obstacle course, which features 50 unique obstacles to get through, and Airspace, an interactive space-themed area full of friendly aliens, space ships, moon craters and more.
There’s also the new Sport Slam area, which offers balls and hoops as well as climbing and “battle” zones, and of course, the main draw, The World’s Biggest Bounce House.
This bounce house covers 13,000 square feet and is 32 feet tall at its highest point. It features all of your favorite bounce house elements such as slides, ball pits and climbing towers. There’s even a variety of colorful structures to climb in and on — including a 20-foot-tall rabbit.
A live DJ will be spinning music and hosting games for kids throughout the event, too.
Families who want to visit this summer should reserve their session online. Choose from a toddler session (ages 3 and younger), a junior session (ages 7 and younger), a bigger kids session (ages 15 and younger) or an adult-only session.
Tickets range from $19-$39/person. Families should arrive 30 minutes before their reserved session. Shoes are not allowed on the structure, and you can’t go barefoot, so be sure to bring socks.
Looking for even more fun things to do with your family? Check out Chicago Parent’s online calendar.
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