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Braille museum

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Since January 2009, the Braille museum opened his doors to the public. This is the occasion for the little and big ones to discover the history of braille till now, through a series of collectors items such as very ancient braille typing machines, books, portable printers etc. Besides the given explanations and other interactif elements, one part of the museum is totally dedicated to the use of braille in actual technologies and in the every day life of the visually impaired. The Museum is the beneficiairy of the Beeckman-fund and is open every Wednesday from 10 am till 4 pm for a free visit with an audio guide or the other days of the week for guided visits (please reserve). Free entrance. Informations and reservations au 02 533 32 11.

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Braille museum

- rue d’Angleterre 57
- 1060 Brussels
- tel.: 02 533 32 11
- E-mail: info@braille.be

See online : http://www.braille.be

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