Not all monsters are something to be afraid of, especially not the giant inflatable course that is twice the size of a football pitch.

The Monster, a massive blow-up obstacle course, is currently in the UK for its tour. It has morning sessions for 11-15-year-old kids every day at 10 a.m., and adult sessions from 11 a.m. until 11 p.m.

People in the UK will surely let their inner child let loose with the grand 300-meter bouncy castle experience. The Monster is the largest obstacle course in the world which will definitely give adults an amazing and nostalgic experience.

Amazing Obstacles

The monster contains 42 over the top obstacles which include the 18-meter "Mega Slide," the one of a kind "Tunnel of Love," and the scary "Bouncy Cage of Doom." Additionally, people can party with music played by live DJs. The Monster is aso equipped with a giant Flamingo and Unicorn Ball pit, sumptuous street food, craft beers, and cocktails.

Event producers Nick and Joe, the creators of Monster, said that people are craving for a real, immersive and memorable experience that will tickle their nostalgia. They want to behave like a big kid again.

Fit or not, people do not need to worry. The obstacles were designed with athletic and non-athletic adults in mind. The staff also promises to help people who are having trouble clearing a certain course.

The Tour

Having sold out all the tickets to last year's venture, The Beast, the creators of The Monster want to double their previous success. This is why they are bringing the tour to the UK for the whole summer.

The Monster has finished its tour dates in both Manchester Central and Cardiff Motorpoint Arena last May and June, respectively. It will be in Nottingham Motorpoint Area on July 20-22, and London Alexandra Palace on August 24-27.

Nick and Joe said that this course is larger, better, and more bonkers than ever before. They added that although it only takes thirty minutes to clear the course, people will want to stay for a longer time because of the fun atmosphere.

According to the Monster's Frequently Asked Questions page, visitors should arrive at least 30 minutes before their scheduled session to give them enough time to put their things in the locker room and exchange their ticket for a wristband.

The Monster also advised people to use active wear instead of just jeans and shirts. Tickets are limited so make sure to get one in advance.