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Spend it well: May Bank Holiday Ideas

May is the month that keeps on giving with not one but two Bank Holidays to look forward to! To get you feeling inspired we’ve come up with a list of ideas of how you can spend this May Bank Holiday whatever the weather throws at us.

Oh we do like to be beside the seaside…

With a long weekend in store why not get the whole family together for a day at the beach? Whether you’re looking for a long sandy stretch to walk the dog or something more adrenaline-fuelled like cave diving or kayaking there’s no such thing as bad weather, just the wrong clothing (or so they say!)

Get lost in nature (and find yourself in a forest)

With all that extra time on your hands this Bank Holiday we recommend making a road trip to some of the UK’s best mountain biking spots or why not fly through the treetops at up to 25mph with Zipworld’s Fforest Coaster? An all year, all-weather experience for the whole family you’ll not stop talking about the whole way home.

Looking for a day out with a difference? Experience a family friendly rave!

We love the sound of Rave-A-Roo, a real family day out with a difference. London’s Ministry of Sound is hosting a family friendly rave on May 28. Highlights include a UV tattoo station, funky neon craft session and family games.

For the die-hard ravers the event will feature top DJs and spectacular light shows. To find out more visit their website. 

Feel the Rush as you freefall from our trampolines

Make the most of the extra time off in May with our popular Bank Holiday open jump special offer.With over 35,000 square feet of excitement and exhilaration, Rush is the perfect place for bouncers of all ages.

Buy one open jump session and get another half price all day long on Monday 7th and Monday 28th May!

Terms and Conditions:

  • Pre-booking strongly recommended to guarantee a session
  • Walk in charges apply to customers who have not pre-booked
  • Minimum age for open jump is 4+
  • Customers under 4 must use our toddler court with adult supervision from sidelines
  • Rush non-slip socks must be warn at all times whilst jumping