Spring is here and the Discovery Science Center has the best show in town. Deni Yang is an amazing Bubble master. He holds a world record for having the most people inside a bubble. His show Bubblefest Laser Show is a hit with all the kids and adults. It is a show filled with bubbles that can dance with rhythm. This amazing show makes science fun to learn. Simple ingredients such as soap and water are turned into magical bubbles. There are little bubbles and giant bubbles that dance on stage. It is truly a must see performance that makes you feel young and full of energy.
After watching the amazing show, the family and I were able to make our own gigantic bubbles and roll inside one as well. This year, the event is being held on a large section of the DSC parking lot so it felt as though it was a bigger event than last year.
Get inspired and make your own bubble solution:
With a short walk we went from Bubblefest to Space. In the main building, there is everything you need to explore science to its extreme. Learn how rockets blast off into space, learn the physics behind ice skating and hockey with the Anaheim ducks. Learn more about recyclable product packaging and shop in the market to learn how to be environmentally responsible. Additionally, sit in the earthquake simulator and take a walk through the DSC's other exhibit Grossology.
There are (4) Bubblefest shows running throughout the day that are usually packed to capacity. I suggest you arrive early to avoid the crowds. Wear comfortable shoes and bring your smile. Bubblefest ends on April 20th. After this date you will have to wait a whole year to see it.
2500 North Main St.
Santa Ana, CA 9270Discount alert: As a special offer, the DSC is offering a 2 year membership for a family of 6 for only $125. The normal price runs $198...this is nearly a 40% savings and giving your family access to all of the great exhibits for you to enjoy at your leisure.
Disclaimer: This is not a sponsored post I received complimentary tickets to attend the show. All thoughts and opinions are all my own.