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. To visit Invisible Exhibition on your trip to Budapest, use our Budapest road trip planner.
Invisible Exhibition reviews
Would recommend this experience to anyone coming to Budapest as it gave a insight into what daily life is like for those visually impaired. Our guide Zoli was very informative and guided us through... more »
Highly recommend this during your stay in Budapest. Such an interesting and unique exhibition/tour with a great guide, we are so glad we went! more »
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