Blind MuseumFree: All time

The Colosseum, Eiffel Tower,Taj Mahal and other world’s heritage sites are all replicated as miniatures and meant to be touched at Madrid’s Museum for Blind People (Museo Tiflológico). Especially designed for the blind, it was created in 1992 with all exhibits – models, paintings, sculptures, tapestries – available for hands-on interaction. A section in the museum is dedicated also to the history of blind people, showcasing the objects and apparatus used throughout the ages to aid the visually impaired.

Address: Calle La Coruña 18, 28020 Madrid
Opening hours: Tue-Fri 10am – 2pm, 5pm – 8pm; Sat 10am – 2pm; Closed Sun & Mon
Direction: Metro LIne 1 to Estrecho Station
Phone: +34 91 589 42 19

Photo credit: mmarftrejo (Flickr CC)