Looking for something uniquely Louisville to show friends and relatives visiting for the holidays? Bring them to APH’s one-of-a-kind museum! Visitors can write their names in braille, see the Helen Keller archive, learn about guide dogs, play games and read books designed for children who are blind, and enjoy many other activities in our award-winning museum. The museum also has on display the first book written by Louis Braille in which he describes his new method for writing with dots. Holiday treats and lemonade will be served.