Checking out what all the Rush is about at the Trampoline Park

Checking out what all the Rush is about at the Trampoline Park

Sometimes these little feisty toddlers need to just tear it up, go crazy and run wild, right?  We have found just the place!  Rush Trampoline Park is THE place to head for an hour of tiring out your toddler and having an absolute ball at the same time…..

This little hidden gem is simply a kid’s (and big kid’s) paradise!  Think wall to wall trampolines, Wipe Out style fun, the trapeze, foam pits, assault course & battle beams.
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Moma says….. It’s become a real favourite for the little man and I.  Book online, choose your time and rush on down there (see what I did there?).  You’ll need special Rush sticky socks to keep your little jumpers safe and watch a five minute safety video prior to jumping.
The Toddler Court is a small area of trampolines and a big foam pit for your under 5yrs terror to go wild.  Parental supervision is required of course so your hourly slot is more than enough, we’re usually zapped after 45 minutes and head for the nice little café there.  Toddler Court costs £4.50 for an hour.  Compare this to many a soft play centres and this is great value, and I find it far more enjoyable from a moma perspective!
They also run Open Court Toddler Sessions, between specific times you and your toddler can access the entire park (certain areas are restricted for safety) which we absolutely LOVE.  It is great to just let your crazy, wild child run free and start learning just how awesome is body is and what it can do!
However, should you moma’s want a break to sit back and enjoy a muffin, Toddler Rushlings is a structured session for children aged 1 – 4 years that is ran by a qualified instructor to supervise and entertain!
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Rush also offers children’s parties to which we were super lucky to be invited to our bestie’s party Ethan just last month!  It was a great fw hours of jumping, eating pizza and hanging out with friends.  They have also started offering an Autism & Special Needs Friendly session too.  They’ve thought of everything it seems.  I now need to try and get to one of their Disco nights with the girls, now that really does sound like fun!
The place itself is clean, brand spanking new and perfect for an hour of rainy day fun.

Baby About Town says……. Love it!  I can run free and do what kids do best; hurl myself around and have fun!  I’ve only just started to master the skill of jumping so this is super fun!

The Nitty Gritty Need to Know……
Under 2’s go free?  No
Parking?  Free & plenty of it.  It does get busy during school holidays and after school.
Café/Restaurant?  Yes and a lovely choice on offer too (watch the stairs with your toddler as it is on the first floor)
Loyalty Scheme?  No
Breastfeeding friendly?  Honestly?  It wasn’t somewhere I felt particularly comfortable as it is very open and busy.
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Have you been to Rush Birmingham or maybe a Rush park elsewhere in the UK?  What did you think?  We would love to hear your thoughts or any tips or tricks you want to share?  Oh and has anyone been to the Disco night?!
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Keeeeep bouncing!
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