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Dialog im Dunkeln is an experiential exhibition in complete darkness, which is not possible to explore on your own. Your blind host will guide you through the completely darkened exhibition in a small group of no more than 8 people. Equipped with a...more
This experience is really mind blowing. You are taken into the dark and you experience what it is like to be blind. A guide helps you to navigate the space and explains the place you are in. I recommend this experience.
An amazing experience for myself and my son of 16 years. The guide was so nice and open about his own life and he really facilitated you getting an insight to what life in darkness could be like - well worth the visit. Thank you
We did the "#OpenSpace Dialog im Dunkeln" because the main tour is closed in August due to water damage.
A brilliant experience in a pitch dark environment to find out what it is like to have to rely on your other senses...
Wandering around in the dark and doing everyday tasks. I am not sure how they charge €15 for it, but I think it is a good thing that they are employing blind people.
My wife expressed that it did not feel like you were blind,...More
Spend an hour and a half in the life of a blind person, it will make you appreciate your own sight and how life is for them.
I was the only English speaking person on the tour and the other people were all talking to...More
Thank Barney G
Katrin M, Leiter Öffentlichkeitsarbeit at Dialog Im Dunkeln, responded to this reviewResponded 19 July 2018
Thank you for sharing your experience and comment.
I was tolk i should book an english tour in advance. Because i didnt have time when they had a tour promissed, i have decided just to randomly stop by later the other day and they squeezed me.in the group that started 15 min ago....More
I visited this place with my friends, and it was a fabulous experience. It's a 90mins tour in the dark by a blind guide which makes us experience the life of a blind person. Our guide Andre was very good and had a good sense...More
Response from bellyjean47 | Reviewed this property |
Yes there are. If I remember correctly, there are regular tours in English and german. We didn’t plan ahead. We just showed up and waited about 15 minutes for our tour, but it was a very low travel time.