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American Printing House for the Blind, Louisville

Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
Inspirock Rating:
4.9/5 based on 40 reviews on the web
For over 150 years, visually impaired students and adults have depended on APH for educational and independent living products. As mandated in the federal Act to Promote the Education of the Blind (1879), APH is the official supplier of educational materials for blind students in the United States who are working at less than college level.
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  • This is a very informative museum with convenient parking in their lot. Most of the exhibits are not hands on. They require a lot of reading and are not suitable for young children. 
  • I took a road trip with my kids from Columbus, OH to Nashville, TN. My son is a terrible traveler so to break up the drive, I stopped every 90 minutes. I looked for free things to do in Louisville and...  read more »
  • It was seeped in rich history and information, but would advise not to take kids who don't do well with taped off areas, being quiet for long periods of time, or listening. 
  • The building houses a museum on the blind and innovations concerning their literacy. There are two floors and it was free to go in. The exhibit is good, and definitely good to learn more if you have never had the chance to become acquainted with any blind persons.
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  • I am sorry for your girl. From stormy in st.marys
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