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Best Trampoline Parks in Ireland - Dublin, Belfast, Cork

Trampoline parks are a great place to spend a few hours literally bouncing off the walls. They’re a favourite among the kiddos, but adults can have a blast with them too. If you’re looking for one to go to, we’ve come up with the best here in Ireland that you can check out.


The best trampoline park in Ireland is Jump Zone in Dublin. It’s the first trampoline park in the country and the largest in Europe. This place is one whole trampoline—from the walls to its floors—where kids of all ages as well as adults can play games, enjoy school events, and hold parties.

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But if you’re not in Dublin, there are three other great options for you. In the rest of this article, we’ll be talking about all four of the best trampoline parks in Ireland so you can make your pick.

1. Jump Zone Santry

Jump Zone Inflatable Sports Adventure Park (best known as Jump Zone Santry) located in Airways Industrial Estate, Dublin takes the undefeated number one spot on this list. Not only is it the first trampoline park in Ireland, but it also is the largest of its kind in Europe, with 35,000 square feet (3,250 square meters) of trampoline floors.


It’s basically one huge trampoline centre—with both floors and walls that you can bounce off of. It definitely is the place to go if you love trampolines, and no wonder kids love this place!


This adventure complex is complete with: 


  • Soft play areas 
  • Dodgeball arena 
  • Open jump area 
  • Games for kids five years up 

If you want your toddler to have a go at the trampolines, there is also a toddler area, where kids four years old and below can play safely. They also have a minimum height requirement of at least one meter for kids aged five and above.


Jump Zone Santry is also open to group bookings for corporate events, kid parties, family events, team buildings, and more. The place is open seven days a week, but bookings need to be done in advance, and no walk-ins are permitted. 


The park provides antimicrobial socks for those who have confirmed bookings, which are the only socks allowed to be worn inside the park.


If you’re decided on coming here, you can book through their website.

2. We Are Vertigo

The second spot goes to We Are Vertigo in Newtownbreda, Belfast. It is the first trampoline park in Northern Ireland and is among the largest in Europe. Just like Jump Zone Santry, We Are Vertigo is one huge trampoline plus a soft play area where even adults can enjoy their inner child.


What’s great about We Are Vertigo is the amazing choices of activities that you can do here. They go way above and beyond what you can normally do in a trampoline park. Here, you can enjoy: 


  • Indoor skydiving 
  • Dodgeball 
  • A large inflatable park 
  • Adventure climbing 
  • Ninja master course 

Really, what more can you ask for?


If you have kids, this place will guarantee that they have an exciting time. We recommend booking a minimum of two hours so you and your kids can fully enjoy the amenities and activities that are offered here. 


But honestly, these activities can be so much fun even for adult friends who need a break from their stressful jobs, work outings, school tours, family parties, and other group events. If you are planning to book for a group, you can also choose to avail of their combos:


  • Titanic Quarter. Best for adults and older kids who want a thrilling time.
  • Newtownbreda. Best for younger kids who want to max out their energy at the inflatable park.

We Are Vertigo is open throughout the week, but bookings need to be made in advance. You can secure a slot by going to their website

3. Airtastic Entertainment Centres

Want to experience the fun at We Are Vertigo, but Belfast is a long way away? No need to worry, because Airtastic Entertainment Centres have a total of five different locations all over Ireland. Yep, that’s right: Bangor, Belfast, Cork, Craigavon, and Kildare.


You certainly will be able to have an airtastic time in any one of these locations with the amazing amenities and activities that these activity complexes offer.


At Airtastic, you can choose from a wide array of activities, such as:


  • Fun and games at the inflatable and trampoline park
  • Bowling
  • Minigolf
  • Soft play
  • Ninja course
  • Arcade games

Unlike We Are Vertigo, Airtastic is clearly designed to cater mostly to kids, but the addition of entertaining activities like arcade games makes it great for adults too—especially if you want to take a breath from all that jumping and bouncing.


Airtastic also offers group deals for schools and team-building events, as well as kiddie birthday packages. Kids as little as two years old can join the fun, as long as you book in advance


Their adventure parks are open six days a week (except Sunday), although Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays are reserved for private parties and group bookings only. 

4. Jump Lanes Indoor Trampoline Park

Last but definitely not least on this list is Jump Lanes Indoor Trampoline Parks, located in four different places in the country. If you are not in any of the locations mentioned earlier, you can check out Jump Lanes instead.


Jump Lanes offers activities for kids and adults alike, so if you are a parent who is planning to accompany your kids, you definitely don’t need to just be watching as they play. You can join in as they enjoy the amenities and activities that Jump Lanes offers:


  • Large trampoline arena
  • Soccer pool
  • Table tennis 
  • Pool tables
  • Dodgeball

These indoor activity centres also offer group packages for office events, team buildings or outings, family get-togethers, birthday parties, and more. If you decide to come, make sure to wear soft or stretchy clothing—jeans and denim clothes are not allowed.


You can schedule your appointment by going to their website and selecting your preferred location or contacting them via their phone number or email.

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