Cavalia's Odysseo, a massive equestrian performance featuring 63 horses and scores of acrobats and riders, is a visual spectacle that thousands have seen.
On Wednesday, students from The Carroll Center for the Blind got to experience Odysseo with other senses—touch, smell and sound.
In doing so, they got a backstage tour and access to the show's horses and performers that most audience members could only dream of.
About five blind and visually impaired students from The Carroll Center got to meet with performers, visit the stables, feed and groom the horses, test out the saddles, play the drums and stand in the paddock, feeling the vibration of the ground as horses cantered around them.
We shot some video, which you can watch above.