Visiting a sensory garden is an excellent way to engage all the family. Sensory gardens are specifically designed to stimulate our senses through vibrant colours, fragrant flowers, textured plants and calming sounds – which makes for a really inclusive summer activity. For example, if visiting with someone visually impaired, you can encourage them to explore various textures and scents. For older members of the family you can ask them to share their knowledge and memories associated with different plants. Alternatively, if you have space in your own garden, why not create your own sensory garden and involve the whole family!