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Invisible Exhibition, Prague
(4.8/5 based on 260 reviews on the web)
A truly unique way to experience an exhibit, Invisible Exhibition provides a chance to discover what it's like to live without one major sense. Your guide will be a blind or partially sighted person, and your task will be to explore seven different places using nothing but your hands, ears, and nose. The idea behind this activity is to provide insight into what life is like for those without sight--it's also an ideal way to make new friends and bring people closer together. As you explore, look out for the Braille typewriter, the talking clock, and other devices and objects visually impaired people use on a daily basis. Put Invisible Exhibition into our Prague travel itinerary planner and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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  • Neopakovatelny was amazing! Very nice test, how's life so hard watching nevidomi maji. I admire, from kazdodenni and zvladaji to bravurne! Surprise me, how your brain after some time of using sam vytvaret images with ocekava. heavy describe what I mean. Thanks aunt I still zucastnila the display of the project when I was in the nevidimeho is 24 hours and it was still much silnejsi. Truly, I slvely! Vsem zdravitnikum I povinne nakazala visit
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  • Everybody should do it. I do not usually scare easily and definitely I'm not an anxious person but this experience got me. They take you into a room completely dark with more people and guide you thou...  more »
  • This is a great experience. Absolutely fantastic. I've been to Prague before and this is definitely Well worth a visit. Loved it. You'll love it too! 
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  • Super interesting exhibition for a fair price. It is a very rewarding experience (sometimes scary) that gives some insight into living without sight. You are taken into a series of rooms completely in the dark, with a blind person guiding you at all times, to experience life without sight, by using your touch, hearing and smell. The only downside is they charge you extra for "English translation".
  • A special and good experience without sight. Very worthy to go. And very appreciate this exhibition to let me know how the blind people's life "look" like.
  • Great experience of every day life of see less people by one hour guided tour in the dark.
  • A really immersive experience with an excellent guide. Very recommendable!
  • Want to understand daily difficulties od blind people? Want to enjoy coffee without seeing anything? Come and support the people over there.