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For $12 you can experience what it feels like to be blind in NYC

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$12 – Experience the ‘Dark’ Side of NYC, Reg. $26 | Travelzoo Local Deals.

Have you ever wanted to know what it felt like to be blind? What about blind in NYC? I could imagine that NYC is probably one of the hardest places in the country to be blind, with all its sounds and streets, cracked sidewalks, and ruthless taxis.

Get the deal now, because it expires in a day and a few hours!

Then be grateful that “this is just a test” and gain respect for the people who WISH they could pay 12 bucks for the experience and go home seeing again.


  • For $12, experience the exhibition The New York Times calls “an eye-opener”
  • This groundbreaking new exhibit takes visitors through simulated “sights” of New York City from the perspective of someone who is visually impaired
  • This deal is available for all dates and times Sept. 15 through Dec. 7
The Deal

Experience New York without seeing a thing with this Local Deal for more than 50% off tickets to the new exhibition The New York Timesis calling “an eye-opener.”In “Dialog at the Dark” at South Street Seaport, visitors are blindfolded, equipped with walking canes and led by visually impaired guides through simulations of New York, from a rumbling subway to the hustle and bustle of Times Square. The New York Times says: “The experience is so intense and the method so simple that it is surprising how unique and fresh it feels.”With this deal, access the exhibition any day of the week from the day after purchase through Dec. 7 for just $12 (regularly $21.21-$25.59). The exhibition is open Sunday through Thursday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Friday and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.


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