Date: Saturday (7/8)
Place: The Fort Worth Museum of Science and History
Time: 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Cost: $12 for juniors; $15 for adults
The Fort Worth Museum of Science and History will be hosting its second annual Bubble Festival this Saturday July 8 starting at 10 a.m.
The Fort Worth Museum of Science and History’s website says that the festival will teach basic bubble science including how to make a homemade bubble wand, what the best bubble solution is and why soap makes bubbles. There will also be other activities such as:
- Bubble Wrap Art
- Submarines and Space Suits: Bubbles in Science
- Blowing Square Bubbles
- Build Your Own Bubble Wand
There will be activities throughout the museum that explore the science behind bubbles and there will be two live demonstrations, the Exploding Bubbles Show and Super Cold Bubbles. The website says that with paid exhibit admission you will also be able to participate in all of the activities. The museum exhibits cost is $15 for adult and $12 for juniors.