Bounce House

There's a fully legal new way to get high in the Bay Area. San Francisco's House of Air…

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There’s a fully legal new way to get high in the Bay Area. San Francisco’s House of Air is an indoor trampoline park that puts a bounce on the laws of nature. This converted warehouse in West Crissy Field lets you choose from three setups: hone your jumping skills on the basketball-court-size Matrix, 42 conjoined trampolines surrounded by protective walls; best your buddies in an organized game of trampoline dodge ball in the Colosseum; or reach extreme heights on the one-of-a-kind, octagon-shaped center trampoline in the Training Ground. Top pros offer classes for improving skills in sports like snowboarding, skiing and kiteboarding. On-site snacks from DeLessio Market & Bakery help keep you energized during your aerial maneuvers. Air-oh-dynamics!

TIP: House of Air also has the Air Junior Bounce House designed for children 3 to 6 years of age.

House of Air is located in at 926 Mason St. in a large warehouse across from Crissy Field. Jumping time must be booked through their reservation system (according to their website, weekend slots typically sell out.) A one-hour general admission access pass is $14.

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