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Invisible Exhibition, Budapest

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Experience what it is like to live without the sense of sight at Invisible Exhibition. Designed to bring the worlds of the blind and the seeing closer together, the one-hour tour takes you through daily activities in total darkness, led by blind or partially sighted guides. Passing through seven differently furnished places, you'll also attempt basic tasks like crossing the road, paying for coffee, and choosing spices for lunch. Other parts of the exhibition display devices and objects that blind people use in everday life. If you need a foreign language guide, be sure to pre-register; contact the organizers via e-mail prior to your arrival. Plan to visit Invisible Exhibition during your Budapest vacation using our convenient Budapest itinerary maker.
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  • I took part in the invisible dinner with my parents. It starts with the invisible exhibition (1.5-2 h), which is an extremely strange experience. Be aware that you really don't see ANYTHING at all for...  more »
  • Great experience! Staff is friendly and it was amazing to feel blind for an hour, it really enhances other senses.  more »
  • We really enjoyed the tour! It was a great experience which gave us a lot of insight into what it feels like to do everyday tasks without the ability to see.  more »
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  • One of the most fantastic experiences of my life and I would recommend anyone to give this a go. Step into the shoes of a blind person. The tour is really well guided, and takes you throw a range of emotions, initially panic, then disorientation, occasionally lots of funny moments bumping into things and people, and every now and again fear and isolation. Sounds strange that that would be such an essential experience but you will feel richer for it. 100% recommend.
  • Totally loved it. It's an amazing amaaaaazing experience. Out guide was Kristina and she helped us (a group of 6) through all the stages, from how to write brail and use the typing machine up until the street navigation and how to help a vision impaired person on street or metro. we spent an hour in total darkness and we got a glimps on how blind people feel the world around them. the most amazing one gour of my life. now I can make world better for vision impaired people.
  • Been there with a foreign friend of mine. They had a guid who spoke proper English, so we enjoyed the experience (quite a bit!). The rest of the staff were friendly, too!
  • Experience how blind people live: 4-5 totally dark rooms with challenges and objects to discover. 60 minutes of "eye opening" steps outside of your comfort zone.
  • Very interesting exhibition! I learnt a lot of things about blind people's life. The guides are very friendly and open to any questions.

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