An enormous trampoline park, GOjump Wroclaw covers almost 38,000 square feet (3,500 square meters). Attractions include a trampoline arena, foam pit, airbag, skateboard jump, dodgeball pitch, and acrobatics facilities, as well as a dedicated parkour zone. The park also has a café, free parking, and locker rooms.
GOjump Wroclaw tickets cost towards the higher end for Polish attractions, with discounts for booking online. Choose 1-hour, 2-hour, or all-day tickets; a combo ticket with GOair, the inflatables park next door; or a parkour ticket only. Carers enjoy free entry when accompanying a child of 7 or younger, and can also join children aged 8–13 for free, provided they don’t use the trampolines themselves. Kids aged 13–18 need a signed consent form from their parents/carers to bounce without an adult.
Things to Know Before You Go
GOjump is a great choice for families visiting Wroclaw. It’s suitable for children aged 4 and up.
Kids should wear comfortable clothing without any sharp or dangling elements. You can buy socks with grip for a small sum at the park.
GOjump Wroclaw is not a wheelchair-friendly environment.
How to Get There
GOjump Wroclaw is in northeast Wroclaw, about 3 miles (5 kilometers) from Market Square. From Wroclaw Main Railway Station, catch the number 11 tram, and get off at the first stop after you cross the river. GOjump is one block back from Aleja Marcina Kromera and about a half-mile (750-meter) walk north.
When to Get There
GOjump Wroclaw is open from morning until late in the evening seven days a week, with the exception of Easter. Ticket slots start on the hour exactly, so arrive a few minutes early to give kids time to change and use the bathroom. The park holds a lot of after-school classes (open only to Wroclaw residents), so aim to visit during the school day.
Trampoline Safety Basics
Even if the kids haven’t trampolined before, help them keep safe by following best practice. Only one person can use a trampoline at a time, and they should stick to the middle of a trampoline, jumping with both feet and landing on both feet. Never use a trampoline while chewing gum, and exercise caution when leaving the trampoline area. If you hear a whistle, stop.
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