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JUMP House, Hamburg
(4.2/5 based on 15 reviews on the web)
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  • I was priced right with friends in the jump House, had enough space in the locker room, unfortunately it was very crowded, which greatly reduced the fun because of waiting times and the attention to smaller guests something, if it is not so crowded fun for young and old super determined worth a visit anyway,
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  • Last week it was with friends at the Jumphouse Stelingen. The entrance fee is €12 not so low. The locker room is large and spacious, the bathrooms could use a renovation. At the Jumphouse itself there was fun, action and lots of variety. You can reside in the free jumping area, perform Dunks, or throw themselves in the foam bed. A great fun for big and small, this can be good in the winter
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  • It was a great stay in the jump House. One hour is enough for beginners and fitness novice. There are some areas to explore, in some places, it was relatively full. At the free we got always a trampoline jump :) The sanitary facilities would have to be extended and made new. A toilet for as many guests is unfortunately not, this toilet was also not nice at all!
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  • The trampolines aren't super bouncy. They aren't especially terrible but they aren't especially good either. The free jump area has an incredibly large number of small square trampolines. It unfortunately doesn't have that many longer rectangular trampolines. The square trampolines might be good for flips if you are experienced but they're surely not that amazing for learning. The angular trampolines on the sides shouldn't be called trampolines in my opinion. They are really stiff and only good for safety. There are a couple longer trampolines wich go all the way up the wall which are bouncier than the other wall ones but the transition is roundish and slippery. There are two platforms which are fun to jump onto. They aren't very tall but the tramps aren't bouncy enough for tall platforms anyway. The foam pit is just your regular foam pit. hard to get out of but that's normal. Adding some rope people in the pit could hold on to (like the one they have at woodward west) might help. The trampolines by the foam pit don't have an edge towards the pit which makes flips less scary which doesn't help much since you're not allowed to try back flips because they don't want you to hit your head on the edge of the trampoline. I honestly don't need anyone to spend money to build a foam pit for front flips but I guess their foam pit their rules. The trampoline park is pretty large and has all the normal trampoline park areas. I wouldn't recommend this place to athletes but it can still be fun.
  • Sehr beliebte Location für Kinder Geburtstage ab 12 Jahre.
  • It's awesome
  • Loads of fun!
  • Fun for the whole family