The Museum at APH explores education for people who are blind and visually impaired. To promote our mission on a national level, the Museum offers affordable and accessible traveling exhibits to bring this unique, inspiring story to your museum, library, or school.
- New! Child In A Strange Country is our major traveling show, exploring education for people who are blind and visually impaired through the lens of social activist and author Helen Keller.
- Building the Future uses vintage postcards to introduce the history of American residential schools for the blind.
- War of Dots explores the nineteenth and twentieth century debates over tactile codes.
- Braillewriters offers a hands-on trip through the development of the mechanical braillewriter.