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Popular inflatable arena in Cardiff closes its doors

A hugely popular inflatable adventure park has closed its doors one-year-on since opening.

The Inflatable Arena Cardiff was located on the outskirts of the city on the Jubilee Trading Estate and opened in 2018.

The Inflatable Arena Cardiff. Image: Facebook

Complete with inflatable vertical drop slides, rope swings, mountain climbs and tunnels, the arena allowed visitors to take part in ‘Gladiator-style’ games and a challenging ‘Ninja Warrior-style’ assault course. There was also an onsite café offering a range of refreshments.

Customers have been reporting online that when turning up the venue, they have found the venue closed – despite Google still listing the business as open.

It is not until you dig a little deeper, you find out that the business permanently closed its doors in October last year.

In a post on the company’s Facebook page, they regrettably announced their permanent closure. They also thanked all their customers for their support.

Business partners Phil Baker and Mike Bevan, who are behind the inflatable adventure park, were inspired to create The Inflatable Arena after seeing how popular similar enterprises were in Australia.

We have reached out for comment.