Disclaimer: I don’t know if I’m meant to be starting this post with #ad or #gifted as we do rep for Boost Trampoline Park, but I’m not sure if we’re quite cool enough to use tags like that – either way, I thought I’d be honest from the start, and we’ve always loved Boost – and proof will be checking our TripAdvisor post which we put up before we repped for Boost!
We’ve been visiting the Boost Trampoline Park in Leicester (there’s one in Northampton too) since it opened just over a year ago now, and have loved it ever since.
We are big fans of the Minis sessions for under 4s during term time weekdays, as you pay just one flat rate for the three hour sessions from 10am – 1pm, no matter when you come and go.
For the Minis sessions they put soft play items around, plastic balls to play with, lower the basketball net to toddler height, and have children’s music playing, making it a fun, healthy and exciting activity for all ages. Being for under 4s only, it also makes it safe for the little ones just learning to walk and jump to build their confidence in a padded environment!
Lily loves the foam pits and the balance beam, as well as sending me off the high jumps (and watching me struggle out of the foam pits too!!). The staff are always extremely friendly and helpful, engaging with the children to help them have fun from the moment they step in through the doors.
Sessions outside of Minis are usually an hour long, and you need to get there half an hour or so before hand to get prepared and to watch the short safety video, then you are jumping for an hour (which flies by as you’re shattered by the end – in a good way!!).
The café is great too, with a free soft play area upstairs for the little ones, and it overlooks the main trampoline area for those who just want to watch while having a coffee. Again, prices are good in the café, and there’s some lovely choices – Lily loves the toasted teacakes and slushies!
We would also recommend the family-friendly events they hold. We went to the Superhero party, the tot’s party, and the East Egg hunt, and Lily had great fun at them all. They were really well organised and great fun for all the family.
What’s more, parking is free for up to 4 hours, which is really great in the city centre, making it really accessible – there’s plenty of spaces too!
They also do school holiday clubs, after school specials, student events, fitness sessions, and sessions for those with special needs – which are all fantastic.
We’ve booked for Lily’s birthday party for July, so will update you on how that goes after it happens, but the party rooms look great, and it was really easy to see the different options online as you can book your basic party packages for under £100 for 10 kids, then add on any extras.
Again, we do rep for the Boost Trampoline park, and you can use code LILY10 to give yourself a discount when booking online (for all sessions as well as parties), but we have always been big fans of the place – and friends of ours can confirm that it is great fun for all ages – not just for the kids! Lily always has a big smile on her face and gets so exciting going there, and I get a bit of a workout in too – win, win I think!
Tips for visiting
- Remember to type in your car registration at reception to avoid a fine
- Code LILY10 can give you a little discount when booking online 🙂
- Arrive around 30mins before your session to check in, get your socks (£2 but you keep them), and watch the short safety video.
- If you have socks from other trampoline parks, bring them in and they’ll exchange them for free 🙂
Visit the Boost website here…