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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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A must do experience

We visited here for the Valentine’s Day special event, which included the exhibition followed by a... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
Matt D
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A must do when in Budapest

We did a tour followed by the meal. Our guide Julie was excellent. She guided us well through the... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Jess S
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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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Kis Rokus utca 16-20. | Millenáris, building B, Budapest 1024, Hungary
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Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

We visited here for the Valentine’s Day special event, which included the exhibition followed by a meal. The experience itself is fascinating and it makes you really appreciate how different and difficult it would be living with impaired vision. This was made better by our...More

Thank Matt D
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We did a tour followed by the meal. Our guide Julie was excellent. She guided us well through the rooms and put us completely at ease. Being partially sighted she was able to give us a good insight into her day to day life and...More

Thank Jess S
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Reviewed 1 week ago

That was very new experience for me, at the beginning I felt even scared because I could not see. Now I knew a piece of world of blind people, which makes me even more respect them.

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Walking through dark rooms, depicting different situations of our daily routine deprived of sight, is by itself an interesting experience, but a good guide will take your visit to the next level. My group was guided by Julie, who is herself visually impaired. She opened...More

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

What can I say apart from what an eye opening experience, the gentleman that was our guide was def an inspiration to us.. definitely recommend to anyone

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

So glad we managed to visit the exhibition after all during our trip to Budapest for NYE! It is something that is hard to describe with words, you just have to experience it. Our guide and all staff were really nice and patient, communicative and...More

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Invisible Exhibition has been one totally amazing experience, which helped us understand the world of blind people more closely thus reminding us to be more aware of people with such disability. We would recommend it to everyone and for sure hope to visit other exhibitions...More

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The exhibition was incredible. It was a way for us to experience just a little of what blind and visually impaired people have to experience every day. I would definitely recommend doing this if you are visiting Budapest.

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

What a wonderful experience this was to be a part of. From the get go it was so interesting, learning braile and learning how difficult it is without your sight. Our tour guide julia was incredible and a lovely lovely person..she guided us around and...More

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Such lovely People, a bit scary to start but a really interesting insight into how blind People live. I would HIGHLY RECCOMEND it!

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Dalton H
10 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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