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If You Jump, We Jump (At The Giant Bouncy House for Adults)

The world’s biggest bouncy house is coming to the Lawrence County Fair in New Castle.




photo from the big bounce america facebook
 

As a kid, there was nothing more exciting than stowing your shoes away and climbing into a well-inflated bouncy house. Whether at a birthday party, a fair or some other bouncy occasion, you were psyched to be there.

We can’t turn back the clock, but you may be able to recapture that feeling next month at the Lawrence County Fair. That’s where the self-proclaimed “biggest bounce house ever assembled” will make a stop during its tour across the country.

The Big Bounce America will bring the 10,000-square-foot “bounce village” with various zones for kids and adults (plus some adults-only night sessions) to the fair from June 8-10.

Anyone ages 0-100 is welcome to enter the bounce village at their own discretion, according to Big Bounce America’s FAQ section on its website. All children younger than 4 must be accompanied by an adult.

Tickets range from $9 to $25 depending on the day and age group.
 

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