Created by Belgian comic artist Peyo in 1958, the Smurfs painted a picture of the ideal world of boundless harmony. This summer, Hong Kong will be celebrating the comic strip with an exhibition paying homage to the comic classic. From July 13 to August 21, Hong Kong's Ocean Terminal Forecourt of Harbour City will be transformed into an enormous "We're All Smurfs!" village.
An exhibition featuring 36 pieces of Peyo's original artwork will debut for the first time, making the display a one-of-a-kind experience. Additionally, the village will include 4-meter high giant Smurf, a Smurf summer school for kids, Smurf-themed food and a 6-meter tall mushroom house, providing all visitors a truly "Smurf" experience. Hong Kong is known for its extravagant parks such as Ocean World, so this exhibition will definitely be a quality visit.
The interactive exhibit will be open from 10 am to 10 pm daily.