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Extraordinary exhibition where you can see our world through the eyes of the blind - guided by a blind person.
Would you have thought that the world can be interesting and perceptible even without our most important sense – our eyesight? The Invisible Exhibition is one of the most visited programs in the city – it is an experience of a lifetime for anyone, regardless of their gender or age. Here, we can…
What's it like to be blind? A visit to the Invisible Exhibition at Millenáris Park is a unique experience where you get to try what it's like to live life in the dark. You can check out Braille writing and see other everyday objects for blind or visually impaired people.
This permanent exhibition is a unique journey, guided by a blind or partially sighted person, giving an unforgettable insight into their life. The idea of the exhibition came from a German guy, who wanted to experience how his blind wife lives. For foreign language tours you have to book an…
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