Top 10 Creative and Unusual Inflatables

Now if ever there was a subject matter that brings back memories for me it is bouncy castles. But not because of all the fun times I had on them because I hated them! I was always too small as a kid and got bounced around like a pinball! So I am looking for some other sorts of inflatables that I can have fun with. And what I found is rather unusual…


Top 10 Creative and Unusual Inflatables


inflatable trampoline bridge
inflatable trampoline bridge

10 – Bridge Over Bouncy Waters

Need to get from one side of a river to the other but find bridges a little boring? When why not take a bounce on the world’s only inflatable trampoline bridge in Paris!

Jeremy Deller's inflatable Stonehenge
Jeremy Deller’s inflatable Stonehenge

9 – PVC coated polyester henge?!?

Did you know that they were made from PVC because I didn’t! Anyway, this rather awesome looking Stonehenge is, in fact, one of the world’s largest inflatables! Sure to bring a smile to even my face and best of all it is touring the UK so we all get a chance to see it!

Inflatable Twister
Inflatable Twister

8 – Spin em, Twist em, Pop em!

I can not be the only one who thinks this will be so much fun I would puke! Well, even if I am the only one, it is my top 10, of course, a giant inflatable game of twister is sure to be a winner.

World’s Largest Inflatable Superyacht Water Slide
World’s Largest Inflatable Superyacht Water Slide

7 – Super Yacht not included.

What better to attach to your super yacht than a 41-foot long slide that weighs 1,850 kg and requires 45 days to build! Stuff it, I thank I might even get 2 of them!!!

Amazing Inflatable Water Park
Amazing Inflatable Water Park

6 –  Fun with a floater

Now that is what you call a poolside inflatable! They are from wibitsports.com, custom made to fit whatever size pool you have and with an almost unlimited amount of combinations they really are amazing.

The Hogshead Inflatable Pub
The Hogshead Inflatable Pub

5 – Kids bounce on bouncy castles while dads drink in them!

Now this is what I call an inflatable! These rather impressive Inflatable village pubs are available for hire and buy and would be a great thing to have in any village fete or event.

16-Foot Inflatable Movie Screen
16-Foot Inflatable Movie Screen

4 – Fancy some popcorn to go with your pop-up TV?

Now this is officially cool, these inflatable movie screens can go up to an eye-popping 40 foot in size!!! Perfect for parties, events or maybe just an outlandish BBQ, they are well worth hiring out and far cheaper than a normal one!

Gigantic Inflatable Climbing Iceberg
Gigantic Inflatable Climbing Iceberg

3 – If only the Titanic had hit this instead!

For this one we go back to Hammacher Schlemmer (who made number 8) while this is rather odd, I couldn’t help but be impressed by it. It can support up to 1,500 lb and up to eight people at once!

Mini Inflatables
Mini Inflatables

2 – “Hard to starboard captain, Mini at 4 o’clock!”

Now these are what I call a win! To promote a topless mini a design company come up with the idea of having inflatable Mini’s for poolside and beach fun, but here is the big news: A company is due to start making these for real, and as soon as they do I will add all the info I can right here. So watch this space because I for one would love one.

Inflatable church
Inflatable church

1 – The Bouncy House of God?!?

They don’t get any more “alternative” than this! The rather impressive inflatable church you see is for hire and is 12 meters high and 7 meters by 5 meters inside. The main idea behind it is coupled can get married wherever their hearts desire, and for that I just had to make in my number 1 for the sheer grandest of it.

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  6. Good collection of inflatables. But it is so mixed up maybe the post needs re-witting. (just my opinion)

  7. I’m not really familiar with bouncy things – do you bounce inside the pub, cathedral, etc.? They are certainly interesting, the bridge and the water park especially. In front of Stonehenge the people are sitting, makes me wonder if there is any bouncy inside the stones.

  8. Wow what will you come up with next. I want the twister game. It looks like so much fun. You definitely put a smile on my face today! 🙂

  9. The idea behind the inflatable church just brought a smile to my face (‘: But not before your little anecdote of a little boy getting thrown around a bouncing castle thew laughter my way ! Laughing at other people’s expense is one of the greatest things in life .

  10. I like them all. Looks like some good unique theropy needs delivery. I nominated you for blogger awards if you take them. In don’t know how to link so you have to take them the hard way or not.

  11. Totally brilliant! Now here’s design-thought being added to pleasure and whimsy and all ’round delight. This was a treat. The bouncy bridge in Paris is just fabulous. I had no idea any of these things were being constructed, thanks for the laugh and info. Here are imaginations set free.

  12. Lol, bouncy food. As parents we’ve seen all sorts of bouncy. I love all the bouncy castles!!! The cars are definitely a hit though.

  13. Well before living here in Wales I lived in Salisbury that is right next to where Stonehenge is, and i have never seen it either! So maybe we both need to visit the inflatable one.

  14. I love looking at your blog, I don’t know where you get the information from but your posts really make me smile, some things are so extraordinary one of my favourite was the top 10 best aquarium which I think I also re blogged… Keep it up 🙂

  15. The TV, the Pub and the inflatable water park are my favourites Russell. Me and all the animals will watch movies, have some beer, cooldrink and popcorn and then go and play in the water park! LOL! Great post again my friend! I truly enjoyed and thanks for sharing. 😀

  16. Scene in Paris:

    “Non, Gustave!, Mon ami, do not use ze pin. Non! Non!”

    *sound effect: *SPLASH!* bouncy castle users fall down into Seine as bridge deflates

    “Sacre bleu, Gustave!” *shoots companion a disgusted look*

    All kidding aside, though, I like the idea of the inflatable bridge, Very handy for quick trips from one side to another.

  17. Oh, it’s just that when it nears 6/25, I always think that we’re halfway to Christmas, so I posted those trees along the highway. Now 6/25 means Michael Jackson’s death, but before it was always the halfway mark. I’ll try to stay seasonal next time. Maybe fireworks next month. 🙂

Which one did you like?