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Subterranean Trampoline Playground Hosted Deep Within Welsh Caves

Subterranean Trampoline Playground Hosted Deep Within Welsh Caves
Hotels, Hospitality & Travel

Old slate mines were converted into an underground amusement center.

Ross Brooks
  • 24 june 2014

What used to be a slate mine in the 18th and 19th centuries, and then a hiding place for valuable artwork during World War II, is now an underground playground fitted with three giant trampolines. This unique experience is offered by Welsh adventure company Bounce Below, and includes a subterranean train ride, a 60 foot slide, LED lights and a collection of record-breaking trampolines.

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