Part of Colston Hall in Bristol has been made into a giant ball pit. The area known as 'The Lantern' has been filled with two hundred thousand balls, which will be open to the public for the next three days.
Organisers claim that "every single person who enters it will be transported back to their childhood."
Katie Rowlett caught up with some of the big kids trying it out:
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