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New Orleans' Premier Aerial Recreation Facility! 44,000sft of pure....awesomeness! 15,000sft of trampolines, trampoline dodgeball arena, slacklines, dunk-hoops, trapeze, Olympic Trampoline with stunt wall, and a World Class Aerial Ninja Obstacle...more
My daugther attended a party here and it was a lot of fun. So much so that my wife wants to have a date night here. She's close to being an Olympian at this point so I can assume I will be embarrassed. Staff was...More
My college aged friends and I went to Sector 6 and we had a blast. There are trampolines, foam pits, trapeze, obstacle courses, slacklines, basketball, and dodgeball. Tickets were $14.50 but you had to pay and extra $3 for the socks they make you buy....More
Sector 6 used to be a great place to take the kids on weekends. Now, they require socks because their competitors do. It’s not a “safety measure” when they won’t allow the exact same type of socks from their competition to be worn.
We visit New Orleans in the summer for conferences or for vacation. We do the zoo, the aquarium and etc. we ride the street cars for all day, eat wherever and stuff.
When you have two teenage boys, they don't burn enough calorie doing all...More
The kids had a blast, but it was slightly too chaotic for my taste. The party room was just large enough to accommodate a party of 20 children plus adults. The staff was very polite and helpful.
I think it would be a special treat...More
I took my kids here and we had a blast. The space has all sorts of jumping activities as well as dodgeball too. They have all sorts of different obstacle courses. This place is fun for all ages. Definitely give it a shot if you...More
I often bring my 3 teen boys here to burn off energy. It is not cheap at $20 each, but still worth it because they come home tired. Only complaint is that it must be rough sometimes because they get bruises sometimes from playing too...More
My niece and nephews had a blast here! I let them jump for 2 hours, in order to give myself a break, and paid about $60 total. If you don't want to jump barefooted, then you will have to buy their special socks for $5...More