We don’t know about you, but all those months of lockdown has left us with a lot of pent up energy! And it goes without saying that the kids were going stir crazy not being able to go out for months. So, what’s the solution to burn off this excess energy? Get yourself down to a trampoline park! Jumping around like crazy is a great way to let off some steam and blow off those cobwebs from sitting around the house all day.
The Oxygen Freejumping Trampoline Park in Derby is open again, with loads of fun activities to enjoy. You’ll find over 100 interconnected trampolines to bounce around on, and extra equipment like a mega airbag, reaction walls, dodgeball courts and a super squishy foam pit!The most popular session is their namesake, Freejumping, where you can explore the whole park for an hour.
This indoor golf course in the intu Derby centre encourages you to forget about crazy golf, because they are all about ‘adventure golf’! The 14,000 sq/ft arena offers two 18-hole courses with ambitious themes that take you from an abandoned shipwreck to a tropical beach to a rainforest trail. With atmospheric sounds effects and sensations like wind in your hair, you’ll totally forget you’re in the middle of Derby!
House of Holes is the intriguing and innuendo-laden name for Derbys’ first adult-only crazy golf venue! Offering drinks, street food and music alongside the golf course, this is not a place to bring the kids. Each of the 18 holes has an individual theme, from the retro and nostalgic to the tongue-in-cheek and outright rude.Read the Full Article