Inside amazing new 16,000sq ft inflatable park with giant ball pit and slides

A brand new inflatable theme park is set to open to the public in the next couple of weeks and it looks amazing.

Jumpin Fun, the geniuses behind the inflatable wonderland, has announced its third site which will be situated in Medway City Estate, Strood, Kent.

The South East's "first inflatable theme park" will offer visitors up to 16,000 square feet of inflatable goodness equipped with a viewing gallery and café, Kent Live reports.

Jumpin Fun says its inflatable theme park is open for "just about anyone of any age" so adults can get in on the action too.

The theme park is also home to a giant ball pit, as well as party rooms where birthday experiences can be held.

One happy parent reacted to the announcement, writing : "Took my three year old and 12 year old today, they loved it so much they didn’t want to go.

"Unlike a trampoline place where my kids get bored half way through, Jumpin kept them entertained throughout the whole hour!"

The state-of-the-art playgrounds feature obstacle courses, giant wipe out balls, huge slides and massive airbags.

Jumpin Fun now has three sites across the UK, with fun inflatable havens in Sailsbury, Burgess Hill and Derby.

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An exact date is not yet confirmed for the upcoming Kent Park, but it has been reported that they could be opening their doors as early as February, according to Heart.

In other theme park news, a massive £300 million indoor theme park is set to open in Blackpool.

Inspired by Swiss author Erich von Däniken's (corr) books it will explore the theory alien visitations to Earth inspired ancient civilisations.

The adventure park will also feature the UK's first Flying Theatre – a ride which aims to recreate the feeling of `human flight'.

It is estimated the project will create 1,000 new jobs and lure in an extra 600,000 visitors-a-year spending £75million.

But reports suggest that it could take up to 10 years to complete.

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