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Bounce below – with Santa Claus

Parents tired of the standard supermarket Santa visit can give their children a truly unique experience this Christmas – 176 feet under the ground.


Bounce Below is popular with adults and children alike. Photos reproduced with permission of Lucy Jones at Bounce Below.

Adventure company Zip World launched Bounce Below in July 2014 – filling an abandoned Welsh tin mine twice the size of St Paul’s Cathedral with trampolining nets and slides. Visitors take an old mining train deep below the surface of the earth, where they can spend an hour experiencing the world’s first ever subterranean playground.

As Christmas approaches, the central chamber of Bounce Below has been transformed into a Christmas grotto, where children visiting the event will have the chance to meet Santa Claus and receive a special gift.

“[Bounce Below] is the only attraction of its kind in the world,” said Laura Jones, business developer for Bounce Below. “We’re running the Santa’s grotto on weekends, but if a school or a company wanted to have their own Christmas party with a Santa’s Grotto theme we can arrange that for them during the week.”

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The North Wales attraction is the only one of its kind. Photos reproduced with permission of Lucy Jones at Bounce Below


It’s a few hours out of Cardiff, but for subterranean trampolining fun, we’d say it’s absolutely worth it. 

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