Scotland’s biggest trampoline and adventure park is hosting a frighteningly fun family day out this Halloween, with chances of winning an annual membership.
Across the weekend, guests can go trick or treating around the arena and boys and ghouls are encouraged to come dressed to impress to be in with a chance of winning a selection of fantastic prizes.
Every hour throughout the halloween sessions, Flip Out staff will be giving free passes and sweet treats to the best-dressed guests. Winners will then be entered into a daily draw to win a month-long membership, and the best dressed from across the weekend will win a six-month membership.
Those who come dressed as Flip Out’s green ninja warrior can be in with a chance to win the ultimate fright night prize of an annual membership.
Sessions take place on Friday 30 October from 10am - 4pm and then during After Dark from 7pm - 9pm. The halloween horrors will continue on Saturday 31 October from 10am - 7pm.
Flip Out has been operating with Covid-19 safety measures in place. Before entering the building, all Flip Out staff and guests have their temperatures checked and wear personal protective equipment throughout their shift.
The building now has a limited capacity and multiple hygiene stations are in place around the arena. Face masks can be bought for those who need one. Enhanced cleaning measures are also in place, with the arena and equipment monitored throughout the day.
Many of the main attractions and play areas have re-opened at Flip Out Glasgow, although, due to social distancing restrictions foam pits, inflatable and soft play areas remain closed. The Ninja Warrior course, parkour area and upstairs café are open, offering visitors plenty of options for Flip Out fun.
The Flip Out Glasgow website also allows customers to check availability and book tickets in advance. For more information go to www.flipout.co.uk and to book go to roller.app/flipoutglasgow/.
While we take every opportunity to ensure the details for Halloween at Flip Out Glasgow are accurate, we always advise that you contact the event organiser before setting out for the event to avoid disapointment. All information (whether in text or photographs) is given in good faith but should not be relied upon as being a statement of representation or fact.
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