Inflatable castles, also known as bounce houses or inflatable playgrounds, are versatile and can be used both indoors and outdoors. However, there are some differences in considerations for each setting:

1 Space: Indoor spaces typically have limited ceiling height and floor area compared to outdoor spaces. This can affect the size and type of inflatable castle that can be used. Outdoor spaces generally allow for larger and taller inflatable structures, while indoor spaces may require smaller or specially designed inflatables that fit within the confined area.

2 Weather Conditions: Outdoor use exposes the inflatable castle to weather elements like wind, rain, and direct sunlight. While most inflatables are designed to withstand these conditions to some extent, prolonged exposure to harsh weather can cause damage. Indoor use eliminates these weather-related risks, ensuring the longevity of the inflatable.