Buddhism exhibition audio-described tour

Mon 27 Jan – Mon 27 Jan 2020
The Life of the Buddha © British Library
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For visitors who are blind and partially-sighted

Join us as we take you on an audio-described tour of our exhibition Buddhism and learn about the art, origins and its relevance today.

Discover a number of Buddhist manuscripts and artworks in the largest exhibition of its kind ever held at the British Library and find out how Buddhism grew from its beginnings in 6th-century BCE India through rare treasures from the Library’s collection.

This tour is suitable for blind and partially-sighted visitors. The tour is delivered by Audio Describer Karly Allen.  

Please meet at the Information Desk in the Entrance Hall 15 minutes before the start time. 

One ticket for a companion is available per visitor. Guide and assistance dogs are welcome. If you require any other support, or have other access requirements for this tour, please contact outreach@bl.uk or phone +44 (0)20 7412 7797.


Name: Buddhism exhibition audio-described tour
Where: PACCAR Gallery
The British Library
96 Euston Road
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Enquiries: +44 (0)1937 546546
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