Embrace your flightiness at the new House of Air trampoline park, opening on Crissy Field today, where you can jump like a kid to your heart’s content.
The massive park, created by two extreme sports enthusiasts, is housed in a historic airline hanger and contains the Matrix (42 conjoined trampolines surrounded by springy walls), the Colosseum (22 conjoined trampolines outfitted for sports like dodgeball and basketball), and the 2X Bowl (for snow and skate pros to practice their moves).
As for the sensation of bouncing? Think goofy ear-to-ear smiles (and it’s great stress relief). Go with girlfriends after work and you’ll forget that disagreement with your boss; go on a second date and chances are you’ll figure out if you’re compatible.
Morning “air conditioning” fitness classes are in the works, and there are two private rooms for parties. Alcohol is not allowed — but once you’re airborne, you won’t need it.
House of Air, 926 Mason Street, on Crissy Field (houseofairsf.com), $14 for the first hour; $10 for each additional hour. Reservations can be made online.
Photo: Psuedoplacebo / Flickr
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