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The Museum of the American Printing House for the Blind: Attracting Visitors from Around the World

kids looking at and feeling a tactile map of the US in the APH Museum

Our museum offers interactive exhibits that chronicle the history of the Braille code, the educational history of people who are blind and visually impaired, and how APH continues to contribute to the field today. We offer guided tours, special Saturday events, and online exhibits perfect for families, students, educators, and more! Check out our museum website and plan your trip today:

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