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Top 10 attractions in London…Oxygen style!

Posted Monday 13th June 2016

At just over 7 million people, London is the UK’s biggest city. It’s also got some of the most recognisable landmarks and attractions in the world. We’ve made our top 10 list of London’s most impressive, recognisable and interesting attractions. And, of course, we had to give it an Oxygen twist…

1. The London Eye

200 times bigger than a bicycle wheel. 100 times bigger than our spherical yellow and blue mascot Little O.

2. The Tower of London

Historically, The Tower of London’s moat was filled with water to defend against attackers. We reckon we could have jumped over it with one of our performance trampolines though!

3. The Natural History Museum

The very first modern trampoline was built in 1936, 79 years before Oxygen Freejumping trampoline park in Acton opened its doors to London’s Freejumpers!

4. Hyde Park

Hyde Park is only slightly bigger than our very own (trampoline) parks. Okay, maybe it’s a lot bigger, but it doesn’t have any trampolines!

5. Madame Tussauds

We’d personally love to see a waxwork Little O! Who agrees?

6. Buckingham Palace

We operate a strict no jewellery policy in our trampoline parks. So if you’re considering coming with the Queen’s crown jewels, be prepared to put them in a locker!

7. The Shard

The Shard is London’s tallest building, standing at 306m tall. That’s 106 times higher than you can bounce on one of our trampolines!

8. Tower Bridge

Tower Bridge is 65m tall, do you think you could bounce over it?

9. The Science Museum

The 2nd best kids activity destination in London. What’s the first…?

10. Oxygen Freejumping!

Last but by no means least, Oxygen Freejumping trampoline park is over 150 trampolines, air bag, dodgeball, obstacle course and smiles guaranteed! As far as London attractions, you don’t want to miss out on this one. It’s located in Acton and the nearest tube station is West Acton – come on down and experience the joy of Freejumping!





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