The House of Air is an indoor trampoline park in a former aircraft hanger in San Francisco’s Crissy Fields.
Unlike most trampoline parks, House of Air doesn’t just target kids for birthdays and play dates. Goth and 80s nights are frequently on the schedule. The company has introduced adult dodge ball, early morning workout classes and late adult hours that keep young tykes off the trampolines. The company also offers skiing and snowboarding lessons on the bouncy surfaces.
Bnet has up a video profile of the 22,000 square foot facility.
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