Sky Zone Boston is Massachusetts' original trampoline park (the first trampoline park in New England, actually!). Often imitated, but never surpassed, we provide healthy, active, out-of-the-box FUN disguised as all ages entertainment. We’ve been voted the number one “out of the box” workout and the “best party ever.” Experience WOW – the weightlessness of bouncing, flipping and landing in a pit filled with 10,000 foam cubes.Work out when and for how long to visit Sky Zone Trampoline Park and other Boston attractions using our handy Boston online trip builder.
Sky Zone Boston is dedicated to providing you with the pure joy that comes with flying. We are sky lovers, thrill seekers and people who believe that jumping is freedom. We believe fitness can be fun and play can be smart. We are healthy and bursting with energy. We fly high and keep it safe. We are Sky Zone.
Located in the Boston neighborhood of Hyde Park, Sky Zone Boston was completed in 2010, and offers open jump, SkyRobics fitness classes, Ultimate Dodgeball (when available), Virtual Dodgeball, Toddler Time, and many other exciting activities and programs. For just about any age, shape or size, Sky Zone Boston is the ultimate Massachusetts 3-D play experience!
Sky Zone Trampoline Park Reviews
Overall, I would recommend this place. It is plenty of fun for kids of all ages and even a group of adults that come together. I was there with a group of four kids, aged 7 to 11 and they all had a... more »
I have been to several Sky Zones, the one in Buffalo NY and Rochester NY. Both of these have ample areas for all ages. The Boston one was pretty sad. The área for the toddles was 3 bouncing squares.... more »
We had my son's birthday party at Sky Zone. Although the facility and staff on-site were nice, and I would consider bringing my kids to an open jump here, I would NOT recommend it for parties. The day-of staff were very nice, but were disorganized on the day of. They held up a group of antsy kids on bleachers near the entrance for over 20 minutes of party time while they dealt with software issues and searched for signed waivers in their software (despite watching parents complete them at kiosks right in front of them). The kids had to line up and jump into the foam pit one and a time, which is fine in small groups, but takes a LONG time for 18 antsy toddlers - there should be a way to split the group so kids aren't standing around bored. After the kids were moving into the jump area, I was asked whether the staff could change the theme based on an event held earlier in the day, despite having confirmed the party theme the day before the party. I called twice during the planning process to see if someone could help me accommodate a child's food allergy and no one got back to me; I finally tracked someone down and SkyZone did not offer an alternative or a solution, but simply said I could bring in "outside food" for $50. The add-on food options that were offered were low-quality and overpriced. (We opted for a fruit platter - the stop and shop fruit platter they dropped on the counter that day would've cost me under $10 had I bought it in-store or elsewhere, but I was charged $30 and the fruit was not good.) The beverages which were supposed to be included in the package were not provided until I tracked someone down to bring them into the party room. Also, they ran out of forks and spoons. (Try eating cake with no utensils!) At the end of the day, I'd say the facility was great and ideal for parties, the outside vendors for pizza and cake are awesome, the staff on-site was truly nice, the tools to have a great event are all present, but the process is a mess and lead to a stressful couple of hours for the parents and guests! To top it off, I got an email from the owner asking that I complete a survey, never got the survey, and got no response when I reached out via email.
We had our daughter's 7th birthday party at this place and we simply loved it. It was on Saturday but wasn't crowded at all, only birthday parties, kids had to play away from adult. Pizza was so good, the couch was a little bit sleepy and not as energetic as he should but it was okay. Would come back again..
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