It all starts with a bubble, the kids go crazy over bubbles and as a matter a fact so do adults. When we were invited to Discovery Cube in OC to check out Bubblefest we were bouncing off the walls since we had gone before and my kids loved it.
Discovery Cube OC - Bubblefest Outdoor
This is the outside area of #Bubblefest at Discovery Cube Orange County. As you can see lots of stations for kids to create their bubbles. Yes it is crowded, but with many stations kids take turns making their bubbles.Posted by SoCal Memories on Friday, April 1, 2016
The stations they have outside are great for kids to make their own bubbles. When we went it was crowded, but as you can see from the video they had enough stations for everyone to use. Everyone was very polite with taking turns. I was impressed with my kids that I didn't have to tell them to take turns with others. They were more fighting with each other and were really polite with other kids waiting for their turn.
As you can see from the smile on his face he loved being in the ball. There is a line for this so I would get there early as this tends to get crowded. Yes adults can do it too!
At the show the kids get a choice to sit at the seats or sit in the front on the floor. Tons of bubbles are everywhere for them to touch and pop. The kids gleamed with delight with these giant bubbles and the frozen ones! When they would pop these frozen ones they would turn into fog. Cool right?
There is a part of the show that scared my toddler. It was dark and then they were surrounded by bubbles. He didn't care for it and just sat on my lap. The rest of the kids were going crazy popping them. My son exclaimed it was the best show ever!
Bubblefest is happening now through April 10th. They have up to 5 shows per day. I recommend you get your tickets in advance to reserve your seat. I talked to a couple of families there that arrived at Discovery Cube OC at 10am and the show only show they were able to get was the 3:30pm show which made it difficult dealing with young kids being able to stay at the museum that long.