Perkins kids visit the MFA

Nine-year-old Logan, a student at Perkins School for the Blind, checks out an ancient sculpture at the MFA. (Handout)
Nine-year-old Logan, a student at Perkins School for the Blind, checks out an ancient sculpture at the MFA. (Handout)

It was 115 years ago this month that Helen Keller first visited the Museum of Fine Arts and was given a touch tour of the collection. These days, the MFA regularly provides such tours for people who are blind or otherwise vision-impaired. A group of kids from Perkins School for the Blind — where Keller also was a student — came through and got acquainted with the collection.

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