Sunday, 14 April 2019

Jump 360 Trampoline Park In Newcastle Review

AD - We received free entry. 

On Friday afternoon we headed to Jump 360 Trampoline Park, Newcastle which is actually located in Benton, North Tyneside. Jump 360 is in Bellway industrial estate which is near the big Asda supermarket and Round the Twist soft play, Jump 360 is clearly signposted and is situated near the back of the industrial estate. There was plenty of free on-site parking and a bus stop just a few minutes walk away (although I don't know which buses go pass - sorry). 

My teenage daughter has been wanting to visit Jump 360 since it opened a couple of years ago, she is a huge fan of trampoline parks (after spending many years having trampoline lessons when she was younger) and has visited sister venue Inflatspace which is just along the road in Walkergate. So when we were asked to come along to review Jump 360 I took my teen and her friend (both aged 16) and my younger daughter aged 5, I couldn't take my youngest as the regular sessions are for ages 5 and over, they do however have Jump Junior sessions available for younger children. 

Jump 360 Newcastle sign


Arriving at Jump 360 we had to sign a waiver on one of the computers near the entrance, everyone needs to sign one before being able to jump. The children were also fitted with a coloured wristband and a pair of trampoline socks which were available to buy for around £2 if you didn't have your own. There was plenty of lockers to store belongings in and a few changing rooms, lockers needed a £1 coin which was refundable. We then headed to the briefing room to watch the safety demo before heading to enjoy the trampolines for an hour. 

Jump 360 indoor trampoline park Newcastle the trampolines

Jump 360 Newcastle was huge inside and there were lots of different zones, we visited on a Friday afternoon during the school holiday's at around 3pm and it was not busy at all however the earlier sessions looked busy. The children managed to get on everything with no wait times at all, I noticed that there was a lot of staff dotted around the trampoline park and each zone seemed to have staff stationed there. 

Jump 360 newcastle

Zones 

  • Airbag
  • Aero Ball
  • Basketball lanes 
  • Battle Beam
  • Dodgeball arena
  • Bucking Bronco
  • Foam pits
  • Interactive cardio walls
  • Main court
  • Ninja assault course
  • Tumble track
There is also a cafe area with lots of seating which is slightly raised so that parents can watch, although younger children do need to be supervised. 

ninja assault course at Jump 360 Newcastle

All the children had great fun, bouncing on the trampolines in the main court and jumping onto the huge airbag or into the foam pits. Jump 360 seemed to have a real party atmosphere to it with loud music, flashing disco lights and it was really appealing for teens. My teen enjoyed the bucking bronco and battle beam area, although my 5-year-old was too small for these. 

Ninja assault course 

The place that they enjoyed the most was the Ninja assault course, it is sort of a cross between the TV show Ninja warriors and a really fun soft-play area. There are two lanes and you race against your opponent to see who can complete the course first, you have to climb over ropes, scramble through a foam it, whizz down a slide, race around a track and slide down a fireman's pole. 

yellow and black striped indoor slide at Jump 360 Newcastle trampoline park

There is a height restriction in place on the Ninja assault course of 1.2 meters, the staff did measure my five-year-old Sophia and said she was tall enough to go on it however she did struggle a bit and she took a bit of a tumble on the very steep slide, so I would say it is more suited to older children as my teen really enjoyed it. 


You get an hour of bouncing and when your time is up an announcement will come over the loudspeaker saying people with a certain colour wristbands time is up. 

All three children seemed to enjoy themselves, whilst my five-year-old had fun and wants to return I do feel like Jump 360 was better suited to older children simply because of the height restrictions. However, younger children will still be able to take part in some things and have fun bouncing away on the trampolines. 

the outside building of Jump 360 Newcastle

As well as the regular bounce sessions which we attended and costs £10 per person for an hour there are also other sessions available. Such as Jump Junior for toddlers aged 1- 5 which cost just £5 per person. Jump Teen sessions are available and cost £10 for a two-hour bunce session which runs on the first Friday of every month. There is a Jump Late adult session, Jump Fit exercise sessions, additional need sessions and family sessions. Check the website www.jump360.co.uk for session times, prices and to book. 

I am sure that it won't be long until my teen and her friends are re-visiting Jump 360 as they all had such good fun, she said it was like soft play for big kids and I think that sums Jump 360 up perfectly. 


Jump 360 Newcastle 
Bellway Industrial Estate
Whitley Road
Longbenton
NE12 9SW


Phone 0191 7070360

Disclosure We were invited to review Jump 360 free of charge for the purpose of this review, however, all opinions are my own. 










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18 comments

  1. This place looks Huge! I went to the fun shack the other day for my friends boys bday and went on (sneaked on) but i loved it. Now i need an adult one!

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    1. It really was huge, they do adult sessions too x

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  2. Oh wow this looks seriously impressive! We visited a trampoline park a while ago, but it was nowhere near as impressive as this one :)

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  3. This looks fun. Will you be going to the adult session?

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  4. Oh wow this is massive and so much fun! My girls would love to go to somewhere like this, I will have to see if there is one near us.

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    1. It really was a lot of fun, they have already asked to return x

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  5. Oh my goodness what an amazing place, my children would love the ninja course

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  6. I love the Ninja Assault Course, even though I totally see myself failing in sliding down the fireman's pole:) Such a cool place to visit x

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    1. Haha my teen was scared to go down the pole at first x

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  7. We have been here before. The kids really enjoyed jumping around.

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  8. What a fab family fun filled day out for sure...Jump, jump, jump haha xx

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  9. My kids would adore this, sadly our local one closed last year

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