The Beast

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The Beast

Time Out says

Relive every 90s game show fantasy you ever had at The Beast, the world's largest inflatable obstacle course at Alexandra Palace. Jump, bash and clamber your way through 32 inflatable obstacles across a 272 bouncy metres.

This is no ordinary blow-up castle. Street food vendors Saucy Chip and Taco Revolution will on site to help you tackle The Beast, alongside bars with cocktails, craft beer and prosecco on tap. There will also be a DJ set and light displays to keep you hopping along. 

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The Beast claims to be the largest inflatable assault course in the world so naturally I had to check this out. Ok so this is silly fun but bouncy castles are right?! There were people to get your energy spirits up before you start, music blasting out and the whole thing probably only lasts 30mins depending on how quick you are but its pretty knackering with slides and walls to climb, tunnels to jump through, I was a bit disappointed they didn’t have some swinging bridges and rope climbs like I saw of some of the pictures though! I think they should make this into a regular fitness class, much more exciting than the gym in my opinion.I agree it is possibly a bit overpriced but we had a great time anyway and Alexandra palace offers amazing views over London to enjoy afterwards. There were a good assortment of food outlets afterwards and water provided if needed too.


My family travelled over an hour to get to Ally Pallly this morning for The Beast. The tickets weren’t cheap. We queued for an hour to get in.


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.