Come here and you will enter a quiet or dark space, experience how people who have lost their hearing or vision communicate with people in silence, how they can sit up and travel without seeing, so that people can understand - "to know the world with heart, not with eyes or ears, and treat everyone equally.
No one thought it was a museum called Dialogue in Darkness, and here you find not only darkness but also light.
Tourists can try to perceive the world with silence, which is a very distinctive museum.
A museum dedicated to blind people will help them understand the world better.
It's a very interesting museum. There are many novelties in it. They are most suitable for children, but many of them can't understand.
In addition to visual experience with other senses park, market, wharf, bar four scenes. You can also eat there, one for 55 euros. It seems that each visitor can visit for 15 Euros an hour or one and a half hours, which requires extra money. There is also a student ticket sales attention, here must be in advance telephone booking before you can visit.
The staff here are hearing impaired and visually impaired, and here we can experience another world of darkness and silence.
There are many novelties in it. Tourists can try to perceive the world with silence. Museums have unique views.