‪Museum in the Dark Sensorium‬
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العائلة • ‪فبراير 2024‬
‪“Sensarium” is a parallel universe for the common man, busy with routine affairs.
Quest - excursion lasts 1 hour. The space is designed in such a way that you will visit different places.
In the park, feel the wind and touch the leaves and water. In the supermarket, you will assemble a grocery basket, identifying vegetables and fruits by touch, and by smell you will find the necessary spices. You can also play special air hockey for the blind in the gym - Showdown. Finally, pamper your taste buds with real juice.
At first it was quite unusual, because I thought that something would still be visible, some outlines and shadows. But the darkness is so dense and thick that even if you raise your hand to your face, you won’t see anything. Mishka was also worried at first, like the other children in the group (excursion for 5+ and in the group of 8 people). But the guide found the right words and calmed us down. His soft and pleasant timbre of voice carried me along, and gradually a feeling of security arose. All guides are blind people. This makes quite a strong impression, especially on children. The curious thing was that at the end of the quest we found ourselves in a room along the walls.
Here we tasted the juice and tried to guess the taste. It seemed to me that I was drinking a peach with pulp, although it turned out to be apple and pear juice)).
To the conductor’s question: “What color are the ottomans?” Many guessed the color purple.
I noticed an interesting phenomenon: over time, it’s as if you begin to see objects in your head and mentally complete the drawing. Sometimes it seemed that some flashes of light appeared, as it turned out - this was static electricity that arises from contact with synthetic objects.
We emerged from the darkness gradually. First we entered a room where there was deep darkness, then we moved into the twilight, where silhouettes could be distinguished, including our guide, and only then we came out into the light! There was a pleasant feeling of relief.
As a speech therapist and speech pathologist, I understand the social importance of this museum. Inclusion in its purest form, an opportunity to touch the world of blind people and expand the boundaries of your soul!‬
كُتب بتاريخ 15 مايو 2024
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Руслан В
موسكو, روسيا1,460 مساهمة
5.0 من 5 دوائر
العائلة • ‪مايو 2024‬
‪Darkness. What emotions does this word evoke in you? Few people find it multifaceted: as a rule, darkness is associated with fear, the unknown, and childhood nightmares. Monolithic, uncompromising, suffocating “nothing”.

Everyone has their own experience of being in the dark, since such an experiment is more focused on yourself than on the surrounding space. Darkness allows you to discover yourself and the world anew, which is why darkness is individual and everyone has their own.

A unique museum in the dark “Sensorium” has opened on Old Arbat 17, where blind guides work who will take you on a tour of 5 locations and tell you what it’s like to never see anything. And is the dark so scary?

We all remember the magic and fabulousness of darkness from childhood and forget when we become adults. But the unique effect of darkness, which few people know about, is the activation of our hidden capabilities. Finding ourselves in the dark, our imagination begins to paint a world we have never known. At this moment, fantasy, intuition and ingenuity are turned on 100% and make it possible to explore your feelings and emotions on a new unfamiliar level. And the world seems to us completely different and multifaceted. New discoveries of yourself and the world are guaranteed to you.

In the lobby of the Sensorium Museum of Darkness there is a coffee shop and a small art space.

In the dark, all senses become more acute, and the sense of time, on the contrary, disappears. It’s hard to say whether five minutes, ten or half an hour passed. The classic tour lasts 60 minutes, of which 45 are in the dark area and 15 in the light area. When the eyes get used to the light, the world around us is perceived completely differently.

After the excursion, we were able to talk with the founder and investor of the project, Dmitry Teybash.

He said that in addition to the excursions themselves, there are master classes, dates, corporate events, and even off-site events. Our partners include many charitable foundations and large organizations. But let me tell you a little about my emotions.

By the way, there is a strict rule here: no flashlights, smartphones or other light sources! All personal belongings must be left in the storage room during the excursion so that the “purity of the experiment” is not compromised. After all, what awaits guests behind the thick black curtain cannot be described in any other way.

I won't reveal all the details of all the rooms. It's better to experience it for yourself. In total, as I wrote above, there are 5 locations: an apartment, a store, a park, a gym and a lounge area. The locations are very different. Our guide Nail gave us a tour; as they say, he was the most positive, you could feel it. In each location he tells details from the life of the blind. About everyday life. About the street. About sensations. We ask something, he tells something in the course of our discoveries.

We entered deep darkness. Nothing is visible. Nothing is clear. Standard darkness. The daughter got scared and left, but after 10 minutes she returned and was no longer afraid, and at the end of the excursion she actually laughed.

Some people relax after a while. Some people remain like this, not accustomed to the darkness.

The main characters in the dark are you and your personal experience, which you gain by using all your senses except vision. But there is another important person who sets the tone for the entire walk and helps to navigate in a world without light - the guide. The museum employs guides with visual impairments - both visually impaired and completely blind. For them, darkness is their native element. Thus, an unprecedented situation is created in which the sighted find themselves helpless and driven, and the blind open up new facets to them within a seemingly familiar environment.

The concept of the Sensorium museum destroys the classical understanding of the museum at its roots: here you can (and should) touch everything that comes your way. This is also why children really like the museum.

In all 5 locations, all your senses work to the maximum. It's certainly an amazing feeling. The children are absolutely delighted. Nail, our guide, finally lost his sight at the age of 10, now he is about 40 or more. At the very end of the tour you will meet him personally and see him. He is positive - a real ray in the kingdom of darkness that envelops him, he literally glows from within.

Working at the museum brings him pleasure, because he loves to communicate with new people and knows how to do it. He loves music and can play almost all instruments.

During the time that the museum has been operating, many media outlets have written about it; not so long ago, Artemy Lebedev and his huge family visited the museum, and they even collaborate with the museum.

After visiting the museum, only bright thoughts remain in the darkness. And I wish there were more such living blind people. Working, studying, walking, laughing. All kinds. And so that the attitude towards them is adequate. To these people. Who are blind, yes. But they are not deprived of life.

Try to dive headlong into the darkness! Who knows what awaits you there - on the other side of the world.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 9 مايو 2024
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Olga
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بمفردك • ‪أبريل 2024‬
‪In April I visited the Sensorium Museum on Stary Arbat 17. The museum is very young, opening a little over two years ago. The visitor's journey brings together five familiar spaces - an apartment, a Spanish courtyard, a spice shop, a gym and a relaxation room - in an unusual setting. The tour starts from the apartment so that guests can get comfortable and reduce the anxiety that inevitably arises when immersed in absolute darkness. A visit to the museum has a psychological effect that can be compared to several sessions of psychotherapy or massage. This is due to the fact that in all five locations other senses are heightened - hearing, smell, touch, taste, the body feels different, and the mind calms down.
From personal experience, when a person finds himself in the dark, he becomes somewhat like a child; he needs to touch and feel everything. The recognition effect is very interesting; it happens completely unconsciously; when I touch a monument, you suddenly name who it is dedicated to. And the gym really brought me into puppy delight; the exercise machines feel much more interesting to the touch than they look.
In addition to a standard visit, Sensorium offers many unusual ways to spend your leisure time: yoga in the dark, playing mafia, simply being in the dark according to the anti-cafe model, and even holding corporate events.
I definitely recommend visiting this amazing place.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 5 مايو 2024
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Nick
‪Kempten‬, ألمانيامساهمة
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الأصدقاء • ‪أبريل 2024‬
‪A very special experience. Our guide Nail was very nice and took us into his world as a blind person.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 27 أبريل 2024
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Harry S
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العائلة • ‪أبريل 2024‬
‪Perfect place! It’s very interesting to see the world from a completely different perspective! We experienced a mountain of emotions! Thank you very much for a wonderful excursion! I advise‬
كُتب بتاريخ 13 أبريل 2024
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Мария Гончарова
موسكو, روسيا98 مساهمة
5.0 من 5 دوائر
العائلة • ‪أبريل 2024‬
‪What is it like to “live by touch” in permanent darkness?
To answer these questions, to realize what a blessing it is to see sunlight and the world around, and also to experience completely new, unusual emotions, perhaps in the unique place “Museum of Darkness.” Sensorium."
Located on Old Arbat, it is a very cozy museum, entering which you find yourself in a sunny, rainbow-colored space, involuntarily forgetting that in a few minutes you will be plunged into pitch darkness and go beyond the usual limits of comfort.
At the entrance, the administrator warmly greeted us, introduced us to the basic rules of the museum, paid attention to very important points - whether any of the guests had allergies or other contraindications to visiting and, making sure of their absence, took us to the place where our journey to darkness.
Having lined up one after another like a train, we closed our eyes and following the blind guide, taking a few steps, we found ourselves in a completely new, unusual space, where there is not a drop of light, but there is a huge amount of new sensations and discoveries.
In fact, it is very difficult to describe the feelings that you experience at the first moment, when, opening the gas, you do not find a single visual clue.
Honestly, I had no fear, no panic, no anxiety, until they told me: “Masha, let go of Alice and the wall.” Indeed, with my right hand I continuously “walked” only along the wall, and with my left I held my daughter tightly.
I let them both go and realized that I was completely disorientated. School lessons and lectures at the university began to emerge in my memory, where we studied the human sensory system and the fact that by “turning off” one of the channels of perception, the body strengthens the remaining ones.
Having trusted the remaining 4 senses, I slowly began to explore the space around me, which is divided into 5 thematic zones, in each of which one organ of perception works intensively.
By touch I guessed the place I was in and its “inhabitants”. To my own surprise, tactilely, I was able to accurately determine which of the famous historical figures this or that statue belonged to. I easily, by touch, understood what was in front of me.
But I had great difficulty identifying “objects” by smell. Realizing that my sense of smell could not be weaker.
It turns out that you can play air hockey with your hearing!
Yes Yes! And score goals in complete darkness!
The most difficult thing for our group was determining the taste of the product. We did it - not all of us)
The excursion is easy, adapted for both adults and children. The number of people, depending on the group, is no more than 8. We had a mixed group of children and adults.
It is surprising that the children adapted to the new conditions much more easily and, of course, perceived this excursion more as an adventure. And they completed the tasks faster!
Initially, I doubted the topic “whether it’s too early for a child to visit this museum.” Definitely not too early.
In general, this place carries a great mission - “to contribute to the creation of a humane and friendly society”, helping sighted people to form a healthy (without pity) attitude towards the limitations of blind people.
Promotes self-knowledge and teaches you to take care of your health.

After all, despite all the advantages of knowing your capabilities in the dark, when I saw the light I thought: “What a joy it is to see!”
For children, this is a great incentive to minimize the time spent on gadgets.
In addition to “walking” in the dark, the Sensorium offers a large number of interesting activities and not only in the dark.
Meditation, tea ceremony, creating origami or herbarium, art master classes and even playing Mafia! All this and much more can be found in this amazing space.
You want to come back to this place for new emotions, discoveries and just a friendly atmosphere.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 13 أبريل 2024
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Светлана
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5.0 من 5 دوائر
العائلة • ‪مارس 2024‬
‪I'm sitting at the MFC. I hear a voice: “Where is the computer room?” I raise my head, there is a man standing with a stick and looking around. He clearly doesn't see, he's blind. A young man immediately comes out of the cafe and helps the man. When his number was announced, he takes him to the right operator and helps him sit down. It was so touching to watch. It was at the Biryulyovo-Zapadnoe MFC
And before that, I just visited the SENSORIUM Museum in the Dark again. I think that visiting this museum should be made compulsory for schoolchildren. They often ask: “Isn’t it too early for us to go to this museum?” I answer: “It’s late, but it’s never early!”
We don’t value what we have. For most people, seeing well is the norm. But this museum shows the other side of life. We find ourselves in the dark. Tours here are conducted by a visually impaired or blind guide. Photos and videos are strictly prohibited during the excursion. You will be asked to leave all multimedia equipment at the entrance. And you go on a journey into the world of blind people.
It turns out that they also see this world, but in their own way, using hearing, smell, and tactile sensations.
They admire the gardens, parks, listen to the singing of birds and the murmuring of streams, the noise of marine equipment. They go to the market and choose vegetables, fruits, and spices. They also have their favorite dishes and drinks. I also love going to the gym and actively play table tennis for the blind “Showdown”. We were also invited to play. Unusual, but exciting, it’s a game after all.
The excursion will end with a juice tasting, and another new sensation awaits. After all, the taste of juice is perceived completely differently when a person stops seeing.
This excursion will be a revelation. After visiting this museum, you will never run past a visually impaired or blind person, but you will definitely help him!!
Do you know how to help a blind person?
It is worth remembering that a blind person may not notice your presence nearby. Therefore, before offering help, indicate your presence: lightly touch his shoulder or sleeve, say hello, and only after that start communicating.
In this case, you don’t need to take him by the hand and lead him around the room; it’s quite enough to describe the surrounding objects in words: there are chairs on the left, a table with snacks on the right, a little further on the right - a table with drinks.
Assistance without request or consent can only be provided in cases where a person is in immediate danger, for example, about to step into an open manhole, hole, or onto the roadway at a red traffic light.
It seems to me that it would be nice if this educational program was held in a museum, because many do not know how to properly help a blind person.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 30 مارس 2024
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Юлия К
6 مساهمات
5.0 من 5 دوائر
الأصدقاء • ‪مارس 2024‬
‪I consider myself 100% visual. I perceive the world through my eyes, reacting weakly to smells, sounds, and touches. And to remember, it’s better for me to “see once than hear a hundred times.”

What if we completely remove this channel of perception? How will I feel? Are other channels active? Will there be panic and discomfort? Do I quickly adapt to new sensations?

Today I went to an unusual place on Old Arbat - the Sensorium Museum - for answers to these questions and new impressions.

Imagine, I played something like air hockey in the dark! And she even fought off some blows, focusing only on the sound!! And she scored goals, sending the ball clearly into the opposite goal, mentally drawing a straight line from her goal!

She also guessed who lived in the apartment by feeling the objects around her.
It was exciting! And in the “park” I even managed to recognize the statues. It is not easy to determine that it is a statue, but what kind of statue it is.

There was a task to guess smells. I'm not much of a sniffer. But still, in the absence of visual perception, sounds and smells were heard much louder.

But I couldn’t identify the juice by taste. However, like all the other participants.

The darkness in the museum is absolute, even after an hour the eyes DO NOT get used to it and DO NOT begin to distinguish anything! And the hour felt like 15-20 minutes flew by. Well, very quickly. I wanted more!

It seemed to me that I was in a vacuum, somewhere outside of space. Without awareness of the size and weight of your body. And unexpectedly for myself, I felt psychological comfort, unloading of the nervous system. It was as if most of the external stimuli had been turned off, and the body relaxed and entered a state of relaxation.
Of course, if it weren’t for the safe environment and the confidence that nothing threatens you, the effect would be the opposite.

By the way, the museum also has excursions around the Arbat. Walking in complete darkness along a busy street, with the hum of cars and countless voices of people around. I think the feeling here will be far from relaxing.

I was sure that the tour guides wore night vision goggles. So confidently they navigate in space, follow the group, move, guide. Later it turned out that there were no glasses, and the guides in this museum were blind people.

Arseny Osokin was with our group. He met us already in the dark, so we could only guess who he was and what he looked like. We are accustomed to perceiving the world through visual images, and the brain still drew a certain picture mentally for everything that was around, even in the absence of visual information.
She asked if we would see him after the quest, meaning whether he would come out into the world with us at the end. It was interesting to compare my emerging image with the real one. It’s amazing that the brain drew a person to the smallest features, although there was no exact data. Only some indirect signs - voice, intonation, manner of speaking, hand. Periodically, he took us by the hand to guide us in the right direction. But basically, the brain, of course, fantasized.
The person in reality looked different. I don't have psychic abilities. Although in general terms, height, build, age coincided.

When I found out that he was not sighted, the answer to my question “will we see you later” took on a different shade.

Yes, of course you will! You can see it!

We can see! How wonderful it is to be able to see! The greatest wealth that you don’t pay any attention to while you have it...‬
كُتب بتاريخ 27 مارس 2024
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Ирина Б
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5.0 من 5 دوائر
العائلة • ‪مارس 2024‬
‪Today my daughters, 14 and 12 years old, visited the wonderful Sensorium Museum.
It’s not difficult to find them; they are practically in the heart of Arbat itself. The workers are all very friendly and attentive.
While waiting for the excursion, you can have a snack in the cafe and use the restroom. There are lockers for outerwear and storage rooms with keys for bags/backpacks. They ask you to leave phones, smart watches and anything that can glow in the dark in your bags.
We went on an hour-long excursion in complete darkness (blackout). We were met and guided by our guide Arseny in his pleasant voice. As you pass through different locations, you can no longer rely on your vision, but only on your hearing, touch and smell. This is very unusual and at the same time exciting. I won’t tell you in more detail, because you need to experience it and feel it yourself.
I highly recommend visiting this place. It will be even more interesting with family or friends!‬
كُتب بتاريخ 27 مارس 2024
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Анастасия А
موسكو, روسيا24 مساهمة
5.0 من 5 دوائر
الأصدقاء • ‪فبراير 2024‬
‪How do you feel in complete darkness? In the dark, where not a single ray of light penetrates. In true darkness.

From my own experience I can say that it is scary...

The Sensorium helped me find myself in complete darkness. This museum invites you to see as blind people see. See with your hands. See with your ears. See with your nose.

At first you are seized by animal fear - it is our nature to be afraid of the dark. Then, when you get used to it and realize that the situation is calm and your guide is friendly, you feel how all other senses become sharper. And by touch you can already distinguish those vegetables that are suitable for borscht, by smell you can find spices for fragrant buns, and by ear you can play table tennis with your friend. And you stop stumbling at every step, completely immersed in the world of blind people.

The Sensorium project is simply wonderful. It helps people get to know the world of visually impaired and blind people better. In addition, the staff guides are just out of this world. Very friendly, cheerful and easy to talk to. The hour spent with the guide Arseny simply flew by, a very pleasant young man.

At the reception you can purchase paintings, ceramics, jewelry and much more made by blind people. Incredibly beautiful products!

Projects such as Sensorium are very necessary and important. In order to properly “socialize” and “adapt”, you first need to feel well...‬
كُتب بتاريخ 24 فبراير 2024
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