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PremierLeague-News.Com - The much-loved attraction has been closed throughout most of the pandemic

Manchester news Inflata Nation Manchester announces reopening date Manchester united news

PremierLeague-News.Com - The much-loved attraction has been closed throughout most of the pandemic

Manchester news  Inflata Nation Manchester announces reopening date Manchester united news
13 May 2021 - 12:52

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Inflata Nation has announced its long-awaited reopening date. The much-loved attraction, packed full of inflatable fun, has remained closed throughout most of the pandemic in line with restrictions on indoor venues. But now the Trafford venue is preparing to welcome back customers once again and will reopen on Saturday, May 22 - with extra health and safety measures in place. It was at the end of 2019 - a few months before lockdown first began - when the place had a mammoth revamp, where it was transformed with a new ‘double-decker’ layout. (Image: Manchester Evening News) Boasting the tallest set of slides of their type in Britain, at 23ft high, the makeover of the 18,000 sq ft site coincided with the venue's second birthday. As well as the drop slides, the wall-to-wall inflatable features a fun ‘shooting gallery’ - featuring air cannons that fire plastic balls at special targets, a 20ft tall ‘jump off’ platform - where guests can don a harness before taking a leap of faith to freefall to the floor below, and a gladiator podium.

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. For younger ones, there's a dedicated space designed for under fours to enjoy themselves away from older users. (Image: Manchester Evening News) The Manchester site will open on the weekend of May 22 and 23 and then from half term, May 29 onwards. Tickets, costing £9.99 for adults and children aged four to 15, £5.99 for under fours, can be booked online. Read More Related Articles First look at children's Woodland Play area at the new RHS Garden Bridgewater in Salford Read More Related Articles Toy Story live in concert coming to Manchester as part of nationwide tour

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