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Lego Blocks Slide

178 - 16x18 Lego Blocks Jump and Big Slide

$385.00

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Fun for 6 hours
or save & jump the whole weekend
Next Morning Pickup $75
Fri 3pm to Sun 3pm $577.50
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Lego Blocks with Slide

Party With 630 offers the ultimate in birthday party excitement with our spacious 16x18 Lego Blocks bounce house rental. The distinct separation of the climbing section and slide makes it perfect for bigger parties and enjoyable for kids of all ages. Designed to accommodate kids of all ages, our bounce house allows everyone to bounce, jump, and play for hours, creating unforgettable memories at your celebration. Featuring an interior and exterior basketball hoop, our bounce house adds an extra level of fun! With Party With 630, you're guaranteed a secure and supervised environment, ensuring a stress-free and fun-filled event. 

Who is this for? Kids of all ages.

How many at a time? 6-8

Basketball Hoop? 2

Safety Features: Giant mesh windows ensure visibility from all angles.

Setup Area: 20 L X 16 W X 14 H

Circuits: 2

Product Id: 178 - 16x18 Lego

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Fun Lego Blocks Trivia
1. LEGO's Name: The name "LEGO" is derived from the Danish words "leg godt," which mean "play well" in English, reflecting the company's dedication to encouraging creative play.

2. Minifigure Variety: Since their debut in 1978, LEGO has produced an astonishing 8,000+ unique minifigure designs, spanning a wide range of costumes, professions, and themes.

3. LEGO Bricks Clutch Power: LEGO's iconic interlocking bricks are known for their precision, allowing them to be connected and disconnected approximately 36,000 times before losing their clutch power and sticking less effectively.

4. Tallest LEGO Tower: In a remarkable feat, the tallest LEGO tower ever constructed reached an astonishing height of 114 feet and 11 inches (35.05 meters) in Milan, Italy, back in 2015.

5. LEGO in Space: LEGO's connection to space exploration includes sending two minifigures representing Galileo Galilei and Johannes Kepler on a mission to Jupiter aboard the Juno spacecraft in 2011. Additionally, astronauts aboard the International Space Station have utilized LEGO bricks to demonstrate scientific principles in microgravity.
 
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