Learn the history of the American Printing House for the Blind, an institution which began in a school basement and transformed itself over time into the world's largest manufacturer of educational devices for the visually challenged.
Experience the museum's 1883 gallery which encourages visitors to touch objects in an effort to better understand the life of a sightless individual. Use a mechanical braille writer and examine other tactile writing instruments that competed with braille, manually explore a tactile globe, play with educational toys, and work with talking software.
Through the museum's additional exhibits, learn about common causes of blindness and about famous people with visual challenges who made significant contributions to society.
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