This summer they’re coming back! Dardesaba, Dardasit and Gargmel – in a huge and exclusive exhibition in Israel. It will be held in the Exhibition Grounds (Ganei Taarucha), Bitan 2, Tel Aviv. Click here for their official website.
Get to know the Smurfs closely, measure their height, visit them in the village, sing with them, take a picture with them and finally – understand what it’s like to be so small!
The legendary television program “The Smurfs” becomes a tangible experience with a variety of attractions from the beloved world of Smurfs and the original musical, that comes from abroad, to the exhibition that has the exclusive franchise of the brand.
What to expect?
The exhibition, which covers 2,000 square meters, will showcase the magical world of the Smurfs, in 5 large experiential areas:
The Smurfs Park: You are invited to the huge Smurfs Park, where you will meet Dardesba, Dardisia and the rest of their friends. Look at their mushroom house, pass the bridge, where you will see a red beetle and feel some of the blue creatures. Gargemel will also be there. The park stretches over 560 square meters and contains dozens of different characters, 90 cm tall, 4m mushroom houses, giant beetles, trees and more!
The Giant House: Want to see the world like the Smurfs? You can walk around the huge compound, sit on the astronomical smartphone, climb the huge chairs and maybe you will be able to reach the dining table …
The Smurfs’ village : If you bend down a bit, you will be able to see the entire Smurf village in its real size: the mushroom houses, the trees, the flower farms, the wells, the bridges, the vegetation, and of course the citrus trees themselves. The miniature village is 25 square meters in size, with special binoculars for a perfect view of the village.
The International Smurfs Museum: Everything you wanted to know about the Smurfs: the painting of the work of the inventor of the Smurfs, Pier Colipor (Pew). A rare collection containing 500 items, sketches and first drawings of the Smurfs, their development over the years, surprising facts and even how the Smurfs sound in Farsi , Turkish and German ..
The original Smurf musical from abroad: The original musical is translated into Hebrew with actors in magnificent costumes, accompanied by authentic scenery and exciting music. The musical is shown for about 30 minutes.
The exhibition will also feature special 3D photo stands and other attractions, suitable for both children and adults who grew up on the beloved series.
Ages: Suitable for the whole family – Kids age 2+ require a ticket. There are family tickets available.
Opening hours: 09:00 – 18:30
Friday: 09:00 – 15:00
Saturday: 09:00 – 18:30