The successful concept was first launched in Budapest followed by Warsaw and Prague, and since last year the Invisible Exhibition entertains curious visitors in Stockholm as well. Lilla Felföldi is exhibition manager in Stockholm and explains how the tour works. “A group of eight people will be led by our blind or visually impaired guide through six different furnished rooms. In each room, you will be exposed to different everyday situations, which you will experience in a completely new way as you are in total darkness.” Many of the guests at Invisible Exhibition Stockholm find the beginning of the tour slightly frightening, but as they get used to the darkness they start to enjoy what the other senses tell them.