We all remember the fun and borderline dangerous act of stepping inside a bounce house as a kid. Those memories of unfiltered, energy-releasing action are so locked into our brains that when we have our own kids and it's time to celebrate, we think of bounce houses.

While some parents won't admit it, many openly talk about they're jealous that their kids get to bounce around without a care in the world. Even as adults, there's something completely freeing about taking your shoes off and enthusiastically bouncing around.

Canva (Facebook via The Big Bounce America)
Canva (Facebook via The Big Bounce America)

If you feel that way, you're not alone, which is why a nationwide tour featuring the Guinness Book of World Records holder for 'largest bounce house in the world' is generating so much excitement. There will be two lengthy stops in New England, and is fit for kids and adults.

The first will happen at the Seekonk Speedway in Providence, Rhode Island, from June 22 to June 30. The second will happen in Boston, Massachusetts, from late June through the beginning of July. Dates and location are still being determined.

Canva (Facebook via The Big Bounce America)
Canva (Facebook via The Big Bounce America)

According to Pop Crush, Big Bounce America has put together a space that is a whopping 16,000 square feet filled with giant slides, ball pits, and America's largest inflatable obstacle course. There will even be a bounce house basketball court to live out your slam dunk dreams.

There will also be DJs on site to help facilitate the fun, whether you're bringing the entire family or checking out one of their adults-only time slots. Big Bounce America hopes to use a reservation system to prevent an overcrowded atmosphere.

You can find more information on tickets and availability here.

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