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muZIEum, Nijmegen

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  • I can versions connect only - a very formative experience. My friend at first didn't want to with - and wanted to plan following directly the next time you visit. We have the tour of everyday life the next time we would make the so-called holiday tour. The 12-year-old daughter also was totally impressed. Fears we've got is fear not confirmed - many thanks to Henry who brought us and with much empathy has enabled this unique experience us.
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  • Experience as a blind/partially sighted to go through life? Very interesting and unique experience. You will experience how it is at home, in the supermarket, on a busy street. Very nice guide!
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  • Unforgettable experience this tour in the dark. Very impressive. If you are in Nijmegen are more than worth it!
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  • Very "eye opening" experience. We did the holidays experience ("vakantiebelevenis") which is experiencing how it is like to go on vacation as someone who is visually impaired. The guide, who is visually impaired, did a wonderful job in guiding us in the dark. We could literally see nothing. The tour took one hour. In the museum part where you can walk around freely, you can play a Dutch board game blindfolded and use a Braille typing machine to type post cards, etc. The museum part was smaller than expected but still good for one hour of fun.
  • I did the "Ribbelroute", where you go do a guided tour outside with a Augmented Reality headset and experience what it's like to have several visual diseases.
  • Innovative concept to introduce the visually guided to the challenges of the visually impaired. The guides are friendly and competent and really add to the experience, by answering lots of questions one typically has.
  • Nice and modern museum.
  • Totally new experience.