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Worlds biggest inflatable obstacle course set to return to London


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If you watched Total Wipeout, you know you wanted to be part of the action-packed adventure. Now you can.

When The Monster – a giant inflatable obstacle course – came to London last year, it blew up. And now it is set to return.

The 300-metre course, dubbed the craziest bouncy castle in the world debuted at Alexandra Palace and it will now come back for a short residency in August.

You can expect to see 42 obstacles which include an 18-metre long Mega Slide and the Bouncy Cage of Doom.



For the brave, theres even a terrifying House of Hell.

Though its usually for adults (why should kids have all the fun?), the obstacle course will be open to youngsters aged between seven and 15 on two set days.

But step aside, children, the rest of the time this game is for grownups.

(Picture: The Monster UK)

Pencil in the dates in your diary – you wont want to miss out on the chance to bounce past your friends and power through to the finish line.

At 300 metres long, The Monster is the worlds largest inflatable obstacle course and its bigger, better, bouncier and more bonkers than ever before! This aint no ordinary bouncy castle folks, reads the website.

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And there are new additions for 2019: Drag Queen Karaoke, Boozy Bingo, Mega Beer Pong, and the Wheel of Glitter.

To top it all off, the day is complete with live DJs, an inflatable unicorn (hello, new Insta pic), flamingo ball pits, and of course delicious street food, cocktails, bubbles and craft beers.

One of the 48 obstacle courses
This could be you (Picture: The Monster UK)

Tickets are now available on the website, but hurry as they do sell out pretty fast.

The Monster will run from 23-28 August and family days are on 27-28 August. Tickets are available for £25. You can buy them here.



Heres Metro.co.uk at The Monster last year: