Invisible Exhibition - Niewidzialna Wystawa

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Invisible Exhibition - Niewidzialna Wystawa

Invisible Exhibition - Niewidzialna Wystawa
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Imagine that all the lights go out... The Invisible Exhibition is a unique interactive journey to an invisible world, where in total darkness you find your way only with support of our blind Guides and by your senses - hearing, touch, smell, or even taste! Give us your blind trust!
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BDBUnitedKingdom
London, UK225 contributions
Solo
Lots of fun and makes you really appreciate your sight and blind people. It’s educational and teaches you how to engage with blind people you meet. Well organised and supervised and even if you are solo you quickly make connections with people in your group in the dark. English speaking people need to email and make arrangements to join a English group.
Written February 18, 2020
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Natalya L
Krakow, Poland6 contributions
An absolutely amazing exhibition with an absolutely amazing tour guide, Łukasz. Thanks a lot to the exhibition team for this place and for drawing attention to the world of blind/visually impaired people.
Thank you!!!
Written January 2, 2022
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AndrewAndGosia
London, UK14 contributions
Couples
The Invisible Exhibition at Warsaw was one of the highlights of our visit to the city. The staff were incredibly friendly and our guide was great! The exhibition gives you a real sense of what it's like to be blind in a fun and interactive way :) I have a much greater appreciation of the challenges caused by blindness and I have a new found respect for anyone who navigates the challenges of daily life without sight! Thankyou for a great afternoon :)
Written March 17, 2015
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dgdevil
Hell, Norway264 contributions
If you've always fantasized about being blind, this weird exhibition is for you. You can play make-believe and pretend you are Stevie Wonder as you bump into things in the dark. Personally, I hated it - it was my Airbnb host's stupid idea - and I left as soon as I stumbled into the first room. Total waste of time and money.
Written August 7, 2022
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PeterDane
Denmark329 contributions
Solo
No need to describe it as many others have done so, only to say it's a very enlightening experience and I would strongly recommend a visit.
One small tip, I had the address as 123a and was looking around for it in the street. Then I asked someone who told me it was in the rather fancy looking arcade, so it's not in a seperate Building.
Written October 17, 2014
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akelaalice
Birmingham, UK69 contributions
Friends
This museum is the complete oppersite to any museum I've ever been to before. The only way to experience what it's like to be blind. You are taken to a home the street the woods an art collection and finally the pub all the time being blind. No blindfolds or eyes shut just the darkest darkness ever. An educational experience not to be missed.
Written March 21, 2017
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What can we say? Just a big, big thanks for this great review :)!
Written March 22, 2017
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TKrzysztof
Krakow, Poland10 contributions
You are exploring the exhibition in total darkness, experiencing everything by other senses. The guide is giving you some tasks to complete in every place you visit.
Written August 13, 2015
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Andjelka D
Belgrade, Serbia47 contributions
It was a disaster, we went by rain and snow storm here and it was crowded! We couldnt go in, neither we could book a tour for later. Oh and it was very chaotic since the online check in apparently didnt work.
Written January 3, 2015
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Dear Madame, thank you for your review. We are really sorry that you were unable to do the tour, but as you could see for yourself we attract many visitors and have limited amount of entries per day(which is dictated by safety and comfort of our guests). For that reason we advise on our webpage to make a reservation (online/by phone or email) beforehand - especially when it comes to English speaking tours we need at least 24h prior notice to be able to organize a tour in English for you on a busy day. Hopefully next time you visit Warsaw you will be able to do the tour and afterwards leave a review of our exhibition. Kindest Regards
Written January 7, 2015
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radu122
Cluj-Napoca, Romania10 contributions
It was a very educational experience, you get the insights of how a day-to-day life of a blind person goes. It was very scary in some sometimes, it will definately change your perception.
Written September 4, 2014
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StefanHeuvel
Roosendaal, Nederland7 contributions
Couples
I did not know what to expect when we went to this exhibit. It's a bit tricky to find, being inside an office building/ shopping mall. Millennium Plaza is the name.
But is was well worth the venture out of the old town. You truly experience how it would be, to be completely blind. I'm not going to spoil too much,but it's set up around otherwise everyday situations which are a lot less ordinary when you can't see.
The guides are blind people and afterwards you can ask them questions about being blind.
We didn't book anything, but we got there early and they organized an English speaking tour for us on the spot. The guide spoke excellent English and he took great care of us inside the exhibition.
Written August 24, 2014
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