Duluth, MN (Northland's NewsCenter) --- The Duluth Children's Museum made 140 gallons of bubbles for this year's Bubble Fest.
More than 4,000 people joined in the family fun activities.
Some kids made a bubble wall and others made a bubble so large they could stand inside it.
Face painting, crafts and food were among other activities.
Puppet and magician shows enchanted the crowds and the first 200 kids received a free t-shirt.
"You have to pull this rope thing down and then the bubble goes around you," Taylor Avey said.
"The kids are so happy, Paige Stager said. "I mean everybody is so happy and loving it and who doesn't love bubbles right?"
The Heritage Sports Center also hosted an open ice skate.