Boston Children’s Museum Bubble Daze is an amazing experience for children and children at heart. As I heard one of the Friday night attendees say, “It’s impossible to not be happy around bubbles!” Bubble artists from all over the world are here for this fun 3 day event that is suitable for the entire family and is fun for babies and adults alike.
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What to expect at the Boston Children’s Museum Bubble Daze Event
As a family, we went to the Boston Children’s Museum and enjoyed an amazing time watching professional bubble makers create massive, teeny tiny, and odd shaped bubbles. It was hours of bubble making AND POPPING fun worth every minute of it.
There are two more days for Bubble Days this weekend. Stop by from 1:00pm-4:30pm this Saturday and Sunday. Find more in the links above.
As we stopped and talked to some of the bubble artists, we learned all about how to make giant bubbles both in terms of making wands and devices to blow them, but also in terms of diluting commercial dawn dish soap.
Bubble Recipe – How to Make Giant (or any) Bubbles
Our family talked with James Ditcher “Bubbleguy” from Waltham who was one of the bubble artists. He gave us some of the scoop on making bubbles both from the recipe on the back of his card to how to make the giant bubbles with strings and rods.
One of the Bubbleguy’s Bubble recipes was on the back of his card and is what he uses to make bubbles himself. Plus now that you know how to make bubbles, get his tutorial on how to make a bubble wand!
Get out and enjoy the cooler weather in Boston this weekend and take the family out to the Boston Children’s Museum Bubble Daze for lots of fun that can’t be beat! Make sure you bring your camera and aren’t afraid to get a little wet. And don’t forget to talk to your kids about slip safety before going!