Sensory design, experience and engagement
At the Sensory Trust we believe that connecting with the world though our different senses leads to more meaningful and memorable experiences. Follow the links below to find ideas, information and examples from our work.
Experiencing through our senses is the route to connecting more closely and memorably with the outdoor world.
What we've learnt from our Let Nature Feed Your Senses project, using sensory rich visits and activities to bring health, learning and social benefits.
In this article we talk about how engaging the senses creates more effective and memorable interpretation.
Guidance to help you plan and design a sensory garden and how to choose sensory plants.
Turn a simple walk outside into a sensory adventure, helping children tune in to their environment.
Sometimes a quote sums up just what you're trying to say. Here's a selection from our favourite wordsmiths.
A fantastic way to get out, explore and have fun, gofindit is a sensory treasure hunt game.
Recipes and ideas for outdoor eating for people with learning disabilities
A trail of sensory highlights enhances the experience for visitors with disabilities in this famous historic garden.