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Dialog im Dunkeln, Hamburg
(4.6/5 based on 300+ reviews on the web)
Get a grasp on blindness at the popular Dialog im Dunkeln. As you enter the completely dark exhibition, blind guides will give you a short introduction and instructions on the use of a long cane. They'll then help you explore a variety of darkened galleries, including a public park, city street, food market, boat, and cafe, among others. Our Hamburg itinerary builder makes visiting Dialog im Dunkeln and other Hamburg attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • A unique experience: Like a blind man with stick groping through the dark run, feel, explore, exercise with the other senses: a small, run Group is approximately 1 hour by the black darkness. Booking is quite straightforward about 1-2 hours before the scheduled tour, you can use in the meantime for a tour of the warehouse district.
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  • This museum is absolutely unique. My number one on the list. Price may initially scare, but after all said that it was worth it. Everyone should go there to although a little to understand a person blind. Me personally, I went this place.
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  • It was a great trip to the world which is so ordinar and so exraordiinar simultaneously!!! Thanks for our guide Andriy for this wonderful experience and interesting conversations:) 
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  • Great experience. You will learn about the world of blind people. How they perceive the world, how they feel it, and what they enjoy or struggle with. Our guide Eve was a wonderful host - answering our curiosities, being fun and helpful during the 1h and a half that lasts the tour. Definitely recommended!
  • Upon entry you receive a white stick, like blind people. Next they put you in complete darkness and guide you through simple life things. Cross the street, identify a vegetable, get on a boat, figure out what car you "see"... It changes the way you think about blind people and their daily struggle. Absolute must go-to-location if you are in Hamburg and have 2h to spare.
  • My wife and I booked a dinner, and in my opinion, the price/quality ratio is very low. Too pricy for what it was. The overall experience is ok, and worth trying it at least once, but I would suggest to try a different restaurant, or maybe in a different city. This place lacks of creativity. It should have been funnier if the dinner was a mix of different dishes, and you should try to guess what is what, or guessing the wines, or maybe some surprises happening with sounds or something like that... But it was just a below average german dishes... (Why german cuisine if it is so bad?!) completely at the dark. And the drinks have to be asked and paid apart.
  • Very unique experience. Definatley worth a try.
  • This exhibit is incredible. Our guide, Michael, did an excellent job. Would definitely visit again.