Guinness Says It’s the Largest of Its Kind and It Was in Aston in 2019
The world’s largest bouncy castle, according to the Guinness World Records, is coming to Delaware County beginning May 24 to the Maplezone Sports Village, 4881 Chichester Ave. in Aston, writes Sinead Cummings for the Philly Voice.
According to Guinness, The Big Bounce America measures 11,433 square-feet 132-square inches and was achieved by Grahame Ferguson and Cammy Craig, both from the United Kingdom, in Lone Tree, Colorado, on May 25, 2018.
Grahame and Cammy’s The Big Bounce America is a bouncy castle that also features a variety of inflatable elements, including a basketball court, giant slide, and massive ball pit. At the center, a DJ will play music and host games and competitions.
All ages, from toddlers to adults, are invited to jump around Big Bounce America’s 10,000-square-foot inflatable castle.
Additionally, there will be a 900-foot-long inflatable obstacle course and a 25-foot-tall space-themed area with aliens, spaceships, and more.
Big Bounce America will be in Delaware County Friday, May 24, through Sunday, May 26, and Friday, May 31, through Sunday, June 2.
Tickets start at $16. There are family-friendly sessions for different age groups, as well as adult-only sessions.
Read more about the world’s biggest bouncy castle here.
Editor’s Note: This post first appeared May 25, 2019.
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