A new 'inflatable theme park' opens in Bradford tomorrow - and we've had a sneak preview. This amazing footage shows what it's all about.

Funzy is an “inflatable theme park” that sees most of the ground floor of a unit in the Leisure Exchange in the city centre filled with a gigantic inflatable play area and obstacle course.

Billed as the biggest attraction of its type in West Yorkshire, it has created over 30 jobs, and it is hoped the unique business will attract visitors to the city centre from far and wide.

Staff from the Telegraph & Argus visited the attraction earlier this week during a preview open day in the run up to Saturday’s official launch.

Highlights of the centre include a pair of large slides, a “death drop” onto a crash pad and a free bouncing area for those who would rather do their jumping without any obstacles. The perimeter of the huge inflatable is taken up with an obstacle course that includes huge balls, climbing walls and bouncing bollards.

Taken in a small section, the obstacles are good fun for children or adults. But taken in its entirety, the course is a challenge similar to Total Wipeout, just without the water.

There is also a toddlers’ section.

Among the first to test the new attraction was Caroline Collins, business and education sales executive at the T&A. She said: “Stepping onto the inflatable brings back memories of being a child and attending the birthday party of a friend lucky enough to get a bouncy castle for the day. However, whilst a session there is great fun, time spent on the inflatable is also a surprisingly good workout, with all the climbing and leaping leaving us exhausted.”

Funzy is based in the former Coda gym, which closed earlier this year.

Manager Martin Hainsworth said: “We’ve had really good feedback from the preview event. Our target audience is across all West Yorkshire, so we’re hoping to get families from Wakefield, Leeds, even Harrogate and Halifax.”

The venue will be open from 10am to 10pm seven days a week, and tickets cost £9.95 for an hour, or £5.96 for children under four.

There will be an opening party with a live DJ, face painting and balloon modelling from 11am to 2pm tomorrow.