Things to do: Oxygen Freejumping

Do you have an active child that has excess energy and loves bouncing around? Well, Oxygen Freejumping Trampoline Park at The O2 might be designed for you and your family. Multiple trampoline areas, soft play area and arcade machines to keep everyone busy for an hour or two. 

Date Visited: Sunday, 27th January 2019

Location:  The O2, Peninsula Square, London SE10 0DX. Other locations in Acton and Croydon are available.

Getting There: North Greenwich Underground (Jubilee line), and served by numerous buses. You can also arrive in style by catching the Emirates Air Line cable car, which you can board from Royal Victoria Docks. 

Cost: We attended the specific toddler ‘Little O’ session, which was £6 per child, and £6 per adult. There’s also a £2.50 charge for a pair of the special grip socks that look like Minions, which you can keep. They also offer 30-day passes if you are a regular bouncer.

Review: 

If you are located close to a trampoline park, like Oxygen Freejumping, then it’s a great way to spend an hour. Especially if the weather outside is terrible, bouncing around indoors is a nice way to burn off some excess energy. 

After booking online and signing away your life on the waiver form the day before, we turned up ready to bounce. Cara had previously visited Oxygen Freejumping for a friend’s birthday. To get down to the trampoline area, kids can slide or take the steps down. There’s not much more to say other than there’s a lot of trampolines of various shapes and sizes. 

Other activities include a suspended balancing path and a soft play area for the younger ones. There’s a cafe on-site with drinks and snacks, and arcade games. Alternatively, if you’re hungry after all the jumping, there are a number of restaurants inside The O2. Also, if both parents are there, one can jump around while the other one can go for a walk around the Icon shopping outlet. 

Safety wise, there’s a few workers scattered around to monitor any over-zealous jumpers. It can be quite dangerous if there’s multiple people bouncing on the same patch of trampoline, but there’s plenty of space to move around safely.  

More Info: https://oxygenfreejumping.co.uk/

Ratings:

Burn Time: 2 out of 5 – sessions are all timed, but after an hour you’re pretty much tired and ready to go.
Value: 4 out of 5 – 
 the first time at Oxygen Freejumping Trampoline Park might be slightly more due to the socks, but after that it’s just £6 per person, so not too bad for some fun activity and exercise.
Overall: 4 out of 5 –
 great way to keep active and let the kids burn off some energy.

Are you a freejumper and enjoy bouncing? Please let us know in the comments below.

 

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