/VIDEO/ This year, Smurf Village has grown even bigger than it originally was to cover an area of over three and a half thousand square meters in Pavilion C of the exhibition center in Brno. This is complemented by equally extensive amusement and educational parks. Now it’s expanded.
The exhibition center in Brno invites you to virtual reality Smurfs Village.
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On Tuesday afternoon, representatives of the holding company JVS Group and the Brno exhibition officially presented a new attraction on the first floor of the Šmoulové – Magicý svět park. “Among them is the VR zone (virtual reality – editor’s note), electronic swings or educational games where young visitors can try to see if they can sort waste properly,” says Květa Havelková from JVS Group.
This village offers interactive games for young and old alike. For example, visitors can find out which famous Smurfs they are most like or learn how to talk to them. A vast amusement-educational park brings fun and knowledge.
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The village occupies the entire ground floor of Pavilion C, which previously hosted Tutankhamun’s popular exhibition. “People will learn the smurf language there, and they will also defeat the evil Gargamel. On the first floor there is an equally large area devoted to a children’s playground, Legos and also a roller skating track, so younger children even the big ones won’t get bored here. It’s a place where all members of the family from the smallest to the biggest will have fun. Small snacks are also part of it,” Havelková said previously.
Smurfette, Trumpette and Handsome, blue characters from popular European comics, celebrate sixty-five years since their birth this year.
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The Smurf Village with its amusement and educational park is open every weekday from ten in the morning until seven in the evening, and on weekends visitors are allowed in one hour earlier. The basic entrance fee costs 280 crowns per person on weekdays, forty more on weekends. However, the menu also includes discounts and family tickets.
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