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Invisible Exhibition, Budapest

(4.8/5 based on 550+ reviews on the web)
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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  • It was an excellent visit: we had fun and learned a lot. We learned something essential and wish we'd done that earlier! I feel that everyone should have that experience (already in school). Thank you...  more »
  • Strange was one of the serultek's daily bukkanoit, specially a latas is also jo lenyugozo h s so prosper and eldegelnek! Thank you for the elmenyt and the kerdesekre got valaszokat!
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  • Unusual experience in the heights of Buda. I've heard of this museum thanks to TripAdvisor ;) and I didn't know really what to expect! It is a museum on the brail and not or poorly sighted people living conditions. At first our guide, explained to us in french the operation of the brail and its origin. Then in a second time, we have been immersed in a completely dark room. It was impossible to see, it was really planned in the skin of a blind man. This has been an experience very troubling for me. Once immersed in this piece, he must follow the voice of the guide, and discover objects in the room and guess what they are. We switch in different places: an apartment, a reconstructed Street, a forest, a museum... I really found this very original! If I were to give advice to improve the experience, it would be to swap the order of the group. Indeed, my parents and I went last in the room, there was a couple in front of us, and saw that they were always in first, it was every time they who discovered objects, and so we never had the surprise to find we even things... a shame. It is necessary to book in advance as it takes a guide who speaks your language or a language that you understand well! With my parents, I was forced to take a french guide because they are not very fluent in English. It is not possible to translate the words of the guide as and as because otherwise it would spoil your experience and those of other participants.
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  • One of a kind experience where you can feel on your own skin all the challenges a blind person faces in our world. Very much recommended. You blind guide will tell you amazing things
  • A very original and interesting exhibition. Experiencing the world without vision is scary for the first few minutes, but by the end, you really get the hang of it. The guides are people who live their entire lives the way you go through the exhibition. English speaking tours are available as well. One of the most entertaining and intriguing experiences in the city, don't miss it!
  • Such a great exhibition. Very good guides and fantastic experience.
  • An unique experience that puts you in the shoes of someone who is visually impaired. The museum is in complete darkness and you rely on all other senses. The staff were friendly and willing to answer any and all questions. Would definitely recommend.
  • If you don't know what the world feels like without the visual part, go "see" for yourself. An exhibition in complete darkness!