I was so excited when we found out a trampoline park, was opening a stone throw away. I know there is a few parks around, one the other side of town and a few outside, but as we relay on public transport we haven't got around to testing any out. Rush Birmingham invited us to their launch night on Thursday and boy wasn't we excited. I didn't tell the kids till I picked them up from school on Thursday and in all honestly I don't think they understood where or what we was going to be doing.
So we headed down all excited, upon arriving we had to full out waivers and get signed in. I was told you can actually do all this before you arrive, though the Rush website. We picked up our very orange rush socks and got a quick drink.
The mayor of Birmingham opened the park officially, and off we set. There was a selection of special guests thought out the night and Rush really pulled out all the stops with the launch night.
BMX Pro Ryan Taylor, GB tumbling team, Pussycat cheerleaders, Olympic swimmer Jazz Carlin, top gymnasts Amy Tinkler, Brinn Bevan and world champion diver Blake Aldridge.
So packed with so much to do and over 30,000 square feet of trampolining space. From the ninja warrior and Total Wipeout course. I double dare you to try it. I was watching some of the stronger lads trying to do it on Thursday and it looked really hard.
So along with just standard trampoline space and walls there are tumble lanes, basketball courts, trapeze area, a duel battle beam area and foam pits to enjoy. It is packed with so much for you and the kids to do. Raiden was absolutely thrilled with the park and has already asked for his 10th birthday party to be there in February.
The staff was really helpful if you had any questions and was full of trampolining advice too. I think Rush Birmingham is going to be a huge part of Birmingham now, so much fun for all ages.