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The world's largest inflatable obstacle course is coming to London

The world's largest inflatable obstacle course is coming to London

Brace yourselves for The Beast, London. It's the world's largest inflatable obstacle course, and it's coming to Ally Pally next month. 

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, and we’ve scored a deal with the organisers, who have given us a ton of £20 tickets minus the pesky booking fee. That’s the sort of deal that’ll put a spring in your step.

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. 

To book a ticket for the Beast, click hereFor other great offers, click here.

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4 comments

My family travelled over an hour to get to Ally Pallly this morning for The Beast. The tickets weren’t cheap. And the whole experience lasted 10 minutes.

We asked if we could go round again but were told no. Which is so mean as there was hardly anyone there.

From the advertising it looks like a ticket gets you access for an hour's session. But its literally 10 minutes.


A VERY EXPENSIVE MISTAKE if you have a big family.

adrian d

I just bought 2 tickets for the 10.15 session on August 28th on your site (which advertsis teh beast as 'adults only').  I then went to the Beasts own site and see the morning session including the 10.15 is reserved for children. What do I do?

Joe A

@adrian d Please email info@thebeastlondon.com to help sort this,


Nick Z

This looks AWSEOME!!!! Can't wait!!!!!