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Invisible Exhibition

Kis Rokus utca 16-20. | Millenáris, building B, Budapest 1024, Hungary
+36 20 771 4236
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Go an visit, Aki teheti latogassa meg

It is a really good experience. How would you live with no vision? Interesting, just to feel with... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Csilla M
Invisible Exhibition - tour guided in English

My husband and I really enjoyed this and it was a very interesting experience. I would love to go... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Katie M
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Please Note that for foreign language guidance pre-registration is required! Please contact us via e-mail or phone at least one day before your arrival. The Invisible Exhibition is a unique interactive journey to an invisible world, where you experience finding your way only by touch and by following sounds and smells. Have blind faith! Imagine that all the lights go out! If you join us, you will also be able to understand what life is like without one of the senses that provides us with the most information, to live without your sight. At this exhibition you will be accompanied by blind or partially sighted people on a journey that will change your life. Interesting? Strange? Alien? Or ... Perhaps natural? Could an hour of blindness open your eyes? At The Invisible Exhibition, the participants obtain information exclusively through touch, hearing, smell and their sense of balance. This way, in the new situation caused by the loss of sight and despite the difficulties, they can experience that the world can be still beautiful without this key sense. The exhibition aims to bring the world of those with and without sight closer and teaches through positive experiences how we can help and in what ways we can understand them. The invisible journey takes place in the company of a blind guide in sites that are specially furnished, faithful to life and are completely dark. Participation is in groups starting every 15 minutes.
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Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
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Kis Rokus utca 16-20. | Millenáris, building B, Budapest 1024, Hungary
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Reviewed yesterday

It is a really good experience. How would you live with no vision? Interesting, just to feel with your hands, and have to listen to everything and all the voices. You can even try braille writing. If I would of known about it before, I...More

Thank Csilla M
Reviewed 1 week ago

My husband and I really enjoyed this and it was a very interesting experience. I would love to go back with my children as it is a fantastic way of giving sighted people a small window into the lives of people who are blind or...More

1  Thank Katie M
Reviewed 24 May 2017

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 this time, not even smallest lights. The tour is interesting...More

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Thank sebastianrN9490DY
Reviewed 17 May 2017

Great experience! Staff is friendly and it was amazing to feel blind for an hour, it really enhances other senses.

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Thank Sara G
Reviewed 17 May 2017

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.

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Thank Chris R
Reviewed 11 April 2017

In life you take for granted things which come naturally to you. Vision is one of them -- was more grateful after this trip through darkness. Also makes you aware about the challenges visually impaired face everyday. Must visit!

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Thank Sushmit B
Reviewed 11 April 2017

Great place with little kids. Nice people great experience. Very nice with 10 years old children. Highly recomended

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Thank sztanko_attila
Reviewed 25 March 2017

We got very good experience there. The staff was really nice, it really make you feel how it is to be blind. I very recomend this exhibition

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Thank Guy L
Reviewed 11 March 2017

I booked this at part of my sister hen do as we wanted to experience the in the dark meal, it was a really powerful exhibition. We were shown round my two workers who were both blind and got to experience moving a round a...More

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Reviewed 24 February 2017 via mobile

This is something we all should experience at least once! You will get a whole new perspective and more understanding. For example all the things we take for granted like putting back the phone in its socket, slicing your food, knowing when it's your time...More

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Dalton H
9 August 2016|
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Response from Invisible E | Property representative |
Dear Dalton H. We have invisible dinner only on Friday, except for full groups we organise dinner on other days. regards,
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