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Womai, Krakow

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#9 of 71 in Museums in Krakow
Specialty Museum · Hidden Gem · Museum
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  • Very interesting exhibitions - one that is meant to let us experience the world of blind people (understand how they manage and adapt to everyday life) where all of the guides are visually impaired... 
    Very interesting exhibitions - one that is meant to let us experience the world of blind people (understand how they manage and adapt to everyday life) where all of the guides are visually impaired...  more »
  • More for kids (I'm 30!) but the 90 mins experience in pitch black was an eye opener. Really good experience for anyone who is curious what it's like being blind doing the most basic tasks. Really... 
    More for kids (I'm 30!) but the 90 mins experience in pitch black was an eye opener. Really good experience for anyone who is curious what it's like being blind doing the most basic tasks. Really...  more »
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  • I have visited “into the darkness” tour and is was amazing journey into the whole new world for me. 1 our passes very quickly. Additional thanks to Pawel who was leading this tour. He is a star of this world of darkness. I want to thank him and guys who created and supporting this space because you do something unbelievable. This place is worth visiting 100% and it can change your work totally.
  • We visited Into the Darkness with a 10 year-old and it was an absolute blast! For an hour, you get a glimpse the world of people who are blind with a guide. You spend that time in absolute darkness, facing the most basic challenges of blind persons. With your sight turned completely off, you are out of your comfort zone, but exactly at a spot where learning happens. Our guide--Piotr--made sure that the group was taken care off. He was open to talk even about personal stuff to help us understand and empathize with people with his condition. But even some of the most basic stuff that he explained was unexpected. I was considering whether an hour in darkness might be boring or even scary for kids, but neither turned out to be true. Actually, when we were done I was surprised that an hour has already passed. I would recommend a visit to all: kids, teens, and adults, as it Into the Darkness really helps to understand a bit better people who are blind. Not only is it interesting but also builds empathy. We bought tickets on the internet in advance, but on the day of the visit. If you're OK with half an hour of wait, you could probably go there without earlier booking.

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