If you’re looking for a fun little spot to take the kids to play. Bubble Pop at The District in Tustin, CA, is a good option if you’re in the area.
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Bubble POP Visiting Information
- 2475 Park Ave, Tustin, CA 92782
- Friday 10am-5pm, Saturday 10am-6pm, Sunday, 10am-5pm (Dates and hours of operations may change due to private booking. We recommend calling them beforehand to confirm their business hours.)
- 1 adult & 1 child combo ticket: $23, additional adult added to combo ticket: $6, additional child added to combo ticket $12, adult admission: $15. Age 18 months and under are free.
- Free. Park around AMC Theaters close to Luna Rossa for closer parking.
- Time spent:
- 1 hour
- Best to wear anti-slip shoes like tennis shoes or sneakers.
- Stroller/Wagon friendly:
- Birthday party rentals:
- Yes and they also offer off-site events.
- Gift certificates:
- Yes, sold online and in-store.
- What we observed:
- Great place to visit if you’re in the area. There are 7 different bubble stations. The place looks a little underwhelming at first but our girls had such a fun time! Make sure to ask the staff for the edible bubbles and to stand in the bubble castle. You may leave and come back with same day admission. There are a lot of walkable food options in the plaza.
What We Said In Our Bubble POP Video
At first glance, the place looks a little sparse. With nine unique activities spread throughout the space, we were initially worried the kids would be done in 20 minutes when they zoomed through. But after a quick lap of the activities, they honed in on their favorites and had a great time.
Our girls’ absolute favorite was the Tasty bubbles you can eat. We would have missed the activity entirely if we didn’t read the sign on the green mat in the middle of the shop. An employee walks over and asks if you want to try to catch some, giving you 30 seconds to eat as many as possible. The girls LOVED the activity; to our amazement, the watermelon-flavored bubbles were as tasty as advertised.
Our oldest was really into the large bubble-making station, where she managed to make some gigantic bubbles. The loop was even large enough to sneak our littlest one into before the bubble would eventually pop.
The dry ice bubble maker was another favorite that had them creating foggy bubbles that always resulted in a satisfying explosion. From letting them drop from the hose or creating giant domed bubbles on the surface, it was cool to see the frozen carbon dioxide mist inside the bubbles. And we found ourselves returning to that station the most on our visit.
As a parent, our favorite activity was the bubble castle in the back corner. Once an hour, an employee will open the station to guests and encase them into a huge bubble column. Perfect for pictures, it was pretty freaking cool anytime the massive bubble stuck around for longer than 5 seconds.
In all, we spent over an hour playing inside bubble pop. We got in early to avoid the crowds but realized playing with bubbles was way more fun with more kids around. Their combined enthusiasm was infectious, making Bubble Pop’s birthday packages appealing if you have a bubble-loving youngling. If you’re looking for more to do around the OC or all of California, check out one of these playlists, and we’ll see you next week with more for families around our beautiful state.
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