Nation’s First Outdoor Aerodium Flying Experience at Branson’s Fritz’s Adventure

Branson is home to many world class attractions for people of all ages. Fritz’s Adventure is adding to Branson’s Entertainment District with the “Nation’s First Aerodium Outdoor Flying Experience”!

The nation’s first Aerodium Outdoor Flying Adventure opens at Fritz’s Adventure, located on Hwy 76. Visitors can enjoy the thrill of skydiving within the safe vertical, outdoor wind tunnel. With trained professionals in place, Fritz’s Adventure views safety as their top priority when experiencing the Aerodium Outdoor Flying Adventure controlled environment.

Varies packages are available with each flight experiencing lasting 40-minutes; which includes a stunt demonstration, flight school, safety equipment and a formal flight lesion, and actual flight time. Guests fly under instructor supervision in the vertical, open-air wind tunnel that generates winds upwards of 140 miles per hour. The attraction is open seasonally to visitors at least four years of ages, no previous experience needed!

After experiencing Fritz’s Aerodium Outdoor Flying Adventure, explore the dynamic indoor adventure facility only steps away. With more than 80,000 square feet of climbing, tunneling, sliding ziplining and more, Fritz’s Adventure is a place to safely challenge oneself. Designed with a perceived element of risk, this safe environment allows visitors of all ages to instill confidence, strengthen relationships and create life long memories.

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