AD (we were kindly given complimentary tickets & lunch for Jump 360)
The girls were delighted when we were contacted by Jump 360 to review their Newcastle branch. Trampoline parks are their absolute favourite activity and are perfect for tweens/teens who have grown out of soft play. Where else can you whack your sister on a Battle Beam (think the gladiator pugle sticks!) and not get told off!
Where is Jump 360 Newcastle?
Jump 360 is in Benton, not too far from Asda hypermarket in the Bellway Industrial Estate. It’s well sign posted but like most of these places it’s a little hidden in a large industrial park. When you get here the reason the location was chosen is apparent. At Jump 360 there are plenty of parking spaces and the space inside is enormous.
When you arrive at Jump 360 every jumper must sign a waiver through the computers mounted on the wall. You can do this in advance on their website to save time if you bringing a few kids like we did for Imogen’s birthday last year. Once you have completed the waiver once your details are saved.
Every jumper also needs a pair of grippy socks (£2) too! The jumpers are then sent to a safety briefing room to watch a short video and they are then free to jump when your time begins!
Jump 360 S
As we arrived for our 11am session a Jump Junior session was just finishing. This was a lovely quiet session with popular kids sings playing such as those from the Tangled & the new Mary Poppins movie. Such a great idea for the little ones to let them have a play around & get used to trampolines in a relaxed setting. The Jump Junior sessions are cheaper than normal session at £5 per person.
Other sessions include:
- Jump Late-an adult only session £10
- Jump Party-£17 per child including food
- Jump Toddler-£5 per session
- Jump Teen-£10 per session for 2 hours.
- Jump Fit-a fitness class priced at £6
Facilities at Jump 360
Jump 360 in Newcastle has the following trampoline facilities:
- Main Arena
- Battle Beam
- Dodgeball courts
- Tumble Tracks
- Basketball Lanes
- Ninja Assault course
- Bucking Bronco
Geordie Ninja Warrior Course
To compete in the Ninja Warrior Course you need to be at least 1.2M tall. Luckily Abigail is just over that line.
Once they’s been around once, there was no stopping them. The course is a cross between the TV show and a soft play. There is more physical challenges than a soft play, but at least there is foam pits instead of pools of water to fall into.
Jump 360 Cafe
On a platform above the trampolines is in the coffee shop/snack bar. This gives a brilliant view for any parent who doesn’t want to jump (me today!) and you can see where the kids are at all times.
The menu is snack bar stuff with nachos, panini, pizza
Jump 360 Details
We had a lovely morning at Jump 360 and thoroughly recommend it for all ages. The girls came off with a lovely rosy glow & I had a nice chill watching them from above.
For opening and session information check out their website.