Visit the magic world of the Smurfs
Have a Smurf adventure by becoming a little blue character yourself in an area that extends over 1,500 square meters.
An adventure where you are the hero
The Smurf Experience is a story you feel, see and hear. The scenery is larger than life and will make you feel smaller and smaller until you reach the height of a Smurf, “three apples high”.
As soon as you arrive in the village, you are welcomed by real Smurfs, presented as puppets and holograms. Your own transformation is complete once you taste Papa Smurf’s magic potion.
But the wizard, Gargamel, is creating an evil machine that is threatening the magic world of the Smurfs. It’s time to go on an adventure and help the Smurfs bring peace and quiet back to their village!
Cross a waterfall using video mapping, escape from the cage where Gargamel has imprisoned you, find all the parts of the evil machine and hitch a ride on the stork’s back for an unforgettable virtual reality experience.
Promote sustainable development
The Smurf Experience is also a commitment to promoting sustainable development. Just like the Smurfs, find out about the 17 objectives for sustainable development, as defined by the United Nations Organisation, by identifying the 17 matching objects to be found along the way.
The Smurf Experience is more than an hour’s adventure to share with family or friends!
Opening times and access- Where is the Smurf Experience and how do I get there?
Thursday and Friday: 2:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday: 10:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
On public holidays and bridging days and during the autumn holidays from October 12th to 25th: daily 10 am-7pm.
Promenade 141 / Centro Oberhausen
The entrance to the EXPOHALLE is above the DON CARLOS restaurant and opposite to the Eis Cafè Promenade.
Almost all roads lead to the Centro in Oberhausen by bus and tram. Tram lines 112 and the city bus lines SB90, SB91, SB92, SB93, SB98, 185, 953, 957, 960 and 961 lead directly from the main station in Oberhausen to the “Neue Mitte” stop at the Centro. It is also possible to take bus 961 to the “Centro” stop.
Press- Media contacts
Here you will find the latest press releases on the Schlumpf adventure. The use of our press service is open and free of charge as part of the current reporting. We would be happy to provide you with more information personally.
To visit the adventure world, please register in advance with the press department. Journalists receive free admission when reporting and presenting their press card.