Jump Up Jerusalem

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Jerusalem’s first indoor trampoline & extreme park has opened its doors in the First Station Hangar. Jump-Up is an indoor extreme trampoline park of more than 2,000 square meters of trampolines, extreme ninja course, ropes and ladder course, cage ball, basketball, foam pits and a section for younger kids as well as birthday party rooms.

Jump Sessions & Tickets

Start times are every 30 minutes. Participants are allowed to stay in the area of the trampolines and ninja course for 1 hour.

This facility is Shomer Shabbat and closed on Friday afternoon and opens 1 hour after sundown Saturday night.

Requirements to Jump

All “jumpers” must wear anti slip socks for hygiene and security reasons. Socks can be purchased for 6NIS at the box office. (They will be strict about the socks).

All participants must sign a waiver before they can begin to jump. You can save time by filling it out in advance on www.jump-up.co.il . Tourists without a Teuday Zehut (Israeli ID Number) have to fill out the form at the box office.

During the grand opening period, tickets are available at the box office and via Groupon. Tickets are not time specific but hopefully in the future they will be.

During the month of January, Jump-Up tickets will be introduced via vaadim and credit card “pinukim”.

Coming soon…online ticket reservations. For now tickets must be purchased at the box office or until Dec 31 on Groupon.

Parties at Jump-Up
A birthday party at Jump-Up is already an unforgettable experience enjoyed by both kids and parents.Click here to find out more!

Coming soon…online ticket reservations.

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Hours

Sunday – Thursday
3:00pm-10:00pm

Friday 
9:00am-3:00pm

Saturday
1 hour after shabbos till 10:00pm

During School Vacation
Sunday – Thursday

9:00am-10:00pm

Friday 
9:00am-3:00pm

Price

Ages 3-6
40 NIS/hr

Ages 6+
60 NIS first hour, 40 NIS 2nd hour

Cartisiya
5 entrances for 199 NIS

Locker rental – 5 NIS
Socks – 6 NIS

 

Age

Pre school - adults

Venue: First Station – Jump Up

Address: David Remez 4
Jerusalem, Israel
Neighborhood: German Colony
Parking: Paid parking lot