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National Museum Jamaica ‘Touch Tours’

Arts Page | February 10, 2023
Usually, rule number 1 of almost every museum you visit in the world is “do not touch the displays”. However, the National Museum at the Institute of Jamaica (IOJ) is turning that rule on its head, particularly for the benefit of blind Jamaicans with its 'Touch Tour'.
Presenter: Jermi-Lee Nelson
Producer: Jermi-Lee Nelson
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