Bounce houses are just the best, but when you have the opportunity to bounce in the world's largest bounce house it's a game changer.

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The World's Biggest Bounce House is coming to St. Louis at the Galleria this Labor Day Weekend from 10:30 a.m. until 6 p.m. Jump your little (or big)heart out all day at this ginormous bounce house for all ages. In fact, that's their motto Age is just a number.

Watch as your amazing young jumper conquers our epic obstacle course with style and earns a well-deserved victory snow cone! We salute your adventurous spirit and prove that Funbox is for everyone, regardless of age! Join the fun and create your own incredible memories.

You can book your time now for the bounce house and plan on spending every second bouning and making memories. Tickets are on sale now and depending on what day you go will affect what price you pay. So if you happen to be going to St. Louis this weekend and you see a giant bounce house in the Galleria parking lot that's what's going on. I might have to take a trip on Monday and see what this is all about. Who doesn't love a good time with family and friends?

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