The use of senses encourages not only accessibility and inclusion, but also non-verbal communication. It builds relationships between individuals and the surroundings. In this workshop I will demonstrate, and delegates will have the opportunity to experience, how I work with multi-sensory objects. Triggering more than one sense, if not all senses, provides an entry point to groups with disabilities, an active engagement within the museum dialogue and experience. The workshop will be based on a hands-on activity accompanied by group work and discussion, while observing a number of elements: participation, diversity, communication, choices, senses, and inclusion. This will help participants to create a "tool box" to support the accessibility of museums.