DIALOGMUSEUM as a learning venue
What do blindness and visual impairment mean? How do blind people cope with everyday life? What is meant by the term inclusion and how can we contribute to an inclusive society? These are just a few important and exciting questions that your class will address during a visit to the DIALOGMUSEUM. In addition, there is a unique sensory experience: feeling, hearing, smelling and tasting in total darkness.
During the Coronavirus pandemic, we reserve the mornings for school classes. You can visit the lightless “Dialogue in the dark” exhibition with a maximum of 8 pupils per guide. The tour includes a guided tour through the lightless exhibition course, three different themed rooms – one of which is a temporary exhibition room – and a final visit to the DunkelBar. Here, you can talk to the guide over a drink in the dark. The tour lasts 60 minutes.
To deepen your visit to “Dialogue in the dark”, we recommend that you book our educational workshop. Here, you can learn more about the special situation of blind and visually impaired people.
Register your class for your visit and workshop using the form below. Our Bookingline team will get in touch with you to make a reservation and to discuss any special needs of the students. Bookings can only be made by responsible teachers.
“This is the only museum I would willingly go to again.”Pupil of a 5th grade
Register your group for your visit using the form below. Our Bookingline team will get in touch with you to make a reservation and discuss your specific needs.
Your “Dialogue in the dark” tour includes a guided tour through the lightless exhibition course with a blind guide. Three different themed rooms await you – including a temporary exhibition room – and a final visit to the DunkelBar. Here, you will have the opportunity to talk to the guide and your group over a drink in the dark. The tour lasts 60 minutes.