It's finally time to throw away those moon shoes. Billed as the world's largest bounce house, the "ultimate inflatable theme park" is returning to Maryland in May, as DC101 reported.
Big House America will pop up in cities all across country this summer, including the Rosecroft Raceway in Fort Washington on the weekends of May 10-12 and May 17-19.
A $28 adults-only ticket grants those over 16 three-hour access to the 10,000-foot inflatable structure's three different sections.
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The World's Biggest Bounce House includes activities and challenges such as basketball hoops and obstacle runs, as well as inflatable chillout areas and ball pits. You can live out your "Ninja Warrior" dreams on the 900-foot long inflatable obstacle course, The Giant, billed as the largest one in America. Get lost in AirSPACE, where an alien and spacecraft themed maze, slide and ball pit will "keep you and your friends occupied for light years," their website offers.
There are also sessions for toddlers (ages 3 and younger), juniors (ages 7 and younger) and bigger kids (ages 15 and younger) separate from the adult sessions.
Food and drink will be sold onsite, but outside food is allowed. There will also be shaded rest areas for parents to sit in while their kids play inside.
According to their website, the rules are simple for everyone. No bare feet (they sell $5 gripper socks for those who show up in open shoes), and you "must" behave like a child at all times.