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It's the world's largest inflatable obstacle course, and it's coming to Ally Pally
At 272 metres long, with 32 inflatable obstacles, a DJ and epic light displays, this ain't your standard bouncy castle in a pub garden.
This is serious.
That's why it's called The Beast.
The monster inflatable is being blown up at Ally Pally this August bank holiday.
Street food vendors, including Saucy Chip and Taco Revolution, will also be on site, alongside bars with cocktails, craft beer and prosecco on tap.
Our only advice is to indulge after and not before you take on The Beast.
Definitely not before.
The Beast will be at Alexandra Palace from Friday August 25 to Monday August 28.
It'll be open between 10.00am and 11.00pm, with morning sessions for kids and families.
Please note the following age restrictions:
10am-10:45am 11-15 years old only
11am – 11pm Adults only (ages 16+)
The Beast is a physical obstacle course, so we advise to wear comfortable clothing.
DO I NEED A TICKET?
Yes. Sessions on The Beast inflatable are ticketed yes and will run through the day in 15 minute blocks from 10.00am to 11.00pm. You will need to purchase a ticket in advance to experience The Beast.
However, the food, drink and party areas will be open to the public throughout and you don’t need a ticket to access these areas.
HOW MUCH DOES IT COST?
Tickets are limited so don’t miss out by booking yours today. The Beast sessions are ticketed and will run through the day in 15 minute blocks from 10.00am to 11.00pm, with morning sessions for kids. Each ticket costs £20 (plus a £2 booking fee) and includes one full circuit on The Beast. The food, drink and party areas will be open throughout your experience
IS THERE AN AGE LIMIT TO GO ON THE BEAST?
Afraid so – for the adult sessions which will run from Midday to closing at 11pm each day, you will need to be 16 or over.
There are morning sessions for kids each day from 10am, but these will only be for 11-15 years olds.