The trampoline park is based within Bluewater's Plaza area
The trampoline park is based within Bluewater's Plaza area
Richard Bell

Trampoline park and upgraded cinema boost leisure lineup at Bluewater

Retail and leisure destination Bluewater has added to its lineup with the launch of a new trampoline park and upgraded cinema.

GraVity, a 30,000 sq ft activity centre with wall-to-wall trampolines and large open play areas, is now open in the Lower Hall of the redeveloped Plaza area.

Bluewater has also boosted its leisure offer with the addition of four new screens at the Showcase Cinema de Lux, each of which features electric recliner chairs, advanced laser projection and Dolby Atmos sound systems.

The shopping centre is co-owned and managed by property investment firm Landsec.

Robert Hardie, senior portfolio manager at Landsec, said: “We are thrilled to welcome two new innovative leisure concepts to Bluewater as part of the redevelopment of the Plaza.

“GraVity and the enlarged Showcase Cinema De Lux strengthen Bluewater’s unique day-out experience, offering an enhanced variety of memorable activities for guests.”

GraVity’s CEO and co-founder, Harvey Jenkinson, commented: “Bluewater’s status as the UK’s leading destination for retail and leisure makes it the perfect place for us to launch our flagship trampoline park.

“Opening our doors in such a prestigious location means we had to develop something truly special, and the park has been finished to the highest possible standard. We are thrilled to have opened our doors and we can safely say GraVity Bluewater is one of the best trampoline parks ever built.”

Bluewater’s redeveloped Plaza area is set for further additions in the coming months, with three new restaurants confirmed.

Property firms CBRE, Time Retail Partners and Shelley Sandzer represented Bluewater in the deal, while Savills acted for GraVity and Showcase dealt direct.

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