I was here with my 2 boys ages 12 and 9. Our tour guide was Henry. I just want to start this review by saying that this exhibition is an incredible experience and opportunity that you'll remember for the rest of your life. Obviously, there are no photos nor selfies to record the experience. As such, the mental images of the exhibition is actually quite vivid and rooted. This tour is literally in complete darkness. They do a great job simulating daily activities of walking in the park, shopping, crossing the street and much more. The facility is not big but it is mind boggling how I felt I walked through all the simulations. They incorporated sound effects, smells and motions that make everything seem so real. Henry was a great guide, we followed his voice to navigate through the exhibition and he was very attentive to my kids making sure they were okay. The last portion of the tour was spent talking to Henry in the dark. He explained to us that he was born blind, where he went to school, how he learned English. I could have talked to him for hours. He asked my son to describe the color RED to him so he can gain the perspectives that we have. I can't say more great things about this place, it is a MUST GO!!!!
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