Airplane Hangar Revamped Into A Trampoline Park

Airplane Hangar Revamped Into A Trampoline Park
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House Of Air is an indoor trampoline park revamped from an old airplane hangar.

Naresh Kumar
  • 8 april 2010

A historic airplane hangar in San Francisco is being converted into a multi-purpose indoor trampoline park. Called the House of Air, the facility will have decks with trampoline walls, a children’s bounce house, a room for special events and a offer fitness classes. The park will be opened in the summer this year.

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