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The House Of Air San Francisco

Where is it at?

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The House Of Air
926 Mason Street
The Presidio of San Francisco
San Francisco
CA
94129
Tel: 415 345 9675

Directions

House of Air is located at 926 (Old) Mason St in the Presidio of San Francisco. We are NOT located at the downtown Mason St at California St. Beware of GPS and online directions as some will direct you downtown. GPS users should enter either our zip code, 94129, or nearest cross street, Mason St and Crissy Field Ave.

Where are we going today?

House of Air is an indoor trampoline park located in an historic airplane hangar at. Our athletic and recreational facility is host to open trampoline jump time, aerial and physical training on trampolines, trampoline dodgeball, and fitness classes.

Air Junior Bounce House is an inflatable bounce house designed for children three to six years of age. Double slides and climbing walls elevate the bounce experience. "Air traffic controllers," or safety managers supervise the area at all times.

House of Air's main trampoline structure consists of 42 conjoined trampolines. This enormous and awe-inspiring trampoline floor (which is larger than a regulation size basketball court) is surrounded on all sides by full-sized trampoline walls set at angles to the floor, allowing maximum uninterrupted bounce space while providing maximum levels of safety.

The 2X (Double) Bowl, located in the North End of The Matrix, is a freestyle trampoline concept modeled after skateboard park designs. Geared toward action sport enthusiasts, it includes two three-sided bowls separated by a low wall called a spine. The 2X Bowl is a House of Air exclusive, an innovative and ground-breaking concept never before seen at any type of recreational facility.

House of Air also has a 24 foot projection movie screen for big game madness and movie night!

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How much does it cost?

  • Adults$16
  • Children$13 to $16
LAST UPDATED 2013

When can we go?

Sunday and Monday 10am to 9pm; Tuesday 2pm to 7pm; Wednesday and Thursday 2pm to 9pm; Friday and Sat

I'm Hungry!

Yes we have food! Snacks from Angelina's Catering and coffee from Blue Bottle!, panini, salads and sweet treats. .

Any Top Tips?

We strongly recommend making reservations in advance! We typically sellout weekends 2 to 3 days in advance. All participants and accompanying guests (non-participants / bystanders) MUST complete a waiver in order to gain entry into our park. Minors under 18 years of age MUST have their waiver completed and signed by their Parent OR Legal Guardian. Parents and Guardians MAY ONLY release the liability of a child that is under their legal protection. There is free Presidio parking all around our buliding and neighboring buildings. Larger lots are located in both directions on Mason St. Please allow an extra 10-15 minutes to find parking on weekends..

Doing our bit

You are guaranteed to sweat at House of Air so we decided to ensure you can air, shower up and hit the town fresh. There are 3 showers in each of the men's rooms and the women's room..

More information

We also cater to group events, including birthday parties, family events and fundraisers..

What people are saying?

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    My son and five of his friends (all 11 yrs. old) were there today for a birthday party. My son has been numerous times and had fun. Today, however, was ridiculous. I am not sure what happened that a hundred new rules have been implemented, but it is beyond crazy. Something is wrong if you have a group of boys all sitting on the couch after 10-15 minutes of jumping, saying they're done. If you can't come to House of Air, and let loose, bounce off the walls and have a good time, then what is the point? I'm afraid we won't be coming back. It's...Read More

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    House of Air is a lot of fun and makes for great work events. I've been here twice with work and had a blast every time. They have a huge rectangular area covered in trampolines where you can play games or just jump around. They also have a dodgeball arena to take out your aggression (or duck and cover in my case). You can easily spend a couple hours here but if you are over 21 expect to be totally wiped out for a day after, probably pull some muscles you never knew you had, screw up you back for a couple days; such things are fairly par for the...Read More

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    I've never been to a trampoline house, and haven't jumped on a trampoline for a few years, so I was really looking forward to coming here. Make sure to book your appointment online - that way, you'll save time with the waivers and ensure that you get a spot for the busier times. I had no trouble booking my appointment a few days prior, and there was still a lot of spots left, so I think it's more of a convenience issue booking online because chances are you'll most likely be able to get in through a walk-in appointment.

    There are two trampoline...Read More

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    This place is so fun! We went as a group of adults and we definitely showed our age. Haha. It was exhausting, but so exciting. It was definitely so fun to be a kid again! We jumped around on all of the open trampolines, then played a bunch of rounds of dodgeball. I think you can also grab some fun training session for kids there as well.

    There are amazing views of the Golden Gate Bridge right outside of the building! The location is perfect because even after you finish up here, you can hang out and relax at Crissy Field or in the big open area...Read More

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    Went here for a team event and had a great time. We scheduled an hour of jump lessons on the high-bounce trampolines and alternated with an hour of free jumping and trampoline dodgeball. Two hours was plenty to tucker us out. The staff was great to coordinate with and super friendly at the venue.

    If you're not driving here, it is a little inconvenient. We called cabs and they all ditched us (Uber would be better!)

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by Debra Schreiber

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My son and five of his friends (all 11 yrs. old) were there today for a birthday party. My son has been numerous times and had fun. Today, however, was ridiculous. I am not sure what happened that a hundred new rules have been implemented, but it is beyond crazy. Something is wrong if you have a group of boys all sitting on the couch after 10-15 minutes of jumping, saying they're done. If you can't come to House of Air, and let loose, bounce off the walls and have a good time, then what is the point? I'm afraid we won't be coming back. It's a shame.

by Paul Volk

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House of Air is a lot of fun and makes for great work events. I've been here twice with work and had a blast every time. They have a huge rectangular area covered in trampolines where you can play games or just jump around. They also have a dodgeball arena to take out your aggression (or duck and cover in my case). You can easily spend a couple hours here but if you are over 21 expect to be totally wiped out for a day after, probably pull some muscles you never knew you had, screw up you back for a couple days; such things are fairly par for the course. Other than those caveats (which you sign away in a waver anyways) it's all good fun.

by William Chon

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I've never been to a trampoline house, and haven't jumped on a trampoline for a few years, so I was really looking forward to coming here. Make sure to book your appointment online - that way, you'll save time with the waivers and ensure that you get a spot for the busier times. I had no trouble booking my appointment a few days prior, and there was still a lot of spots left, so I think it's more of a convenience issue booking online because chances are you'll most likely be able to get in through a walk-in appointment.

There are two trampoline areas that you'll have access to as a regular general admission: a dodgeball court as well as a large trampoline area with around 60 trampolines. I came here when a second grader was having a birthday party, so I was a little unlucky (the little kids just run all over the place and you have to be careful on the trampolines) but I still had a great time regardless. They have complementary lockers as well as changing areas in the bathroom as well.

P.S. If you're able to bike along the coast and get here by bike, it would be a lot easier than driving here.

by Priti Kapadia

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This place is so fun! We went as a group of adults and we definitely showed our age. Haha. It was exhausting, but so exciting. It was definitely so fun to be a kid again! We jumped around on all of the open trampolines, then played a bunch of rounds of dodgeball. I think you can also grab some fun training session for kids there as well.

There are amazing views of the Golden Gate Bridge right outside of the building! The location is perfect because even after you finish up here, you can hang out and relax at Crissy Field or in the big open area right out front of the building.

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