Walking Tours ask people to notice aspects of the park they normally overlook, then share ideas about how those places could be improved.
During a Walking Tour, participants look at a space with a designer's eye, taking in sights, sounds, and natural and man-made features that impact how the park feels.
Walking Tours can be done as self-guided experiences or facilitated by a group member.
A how-to sheet to create your own!
More Reasons We Like This Tool
- Lets people learn about the park and share ideas and insights about it at the same time.
- Suitable for one or two people to do on their own or for a small group as an interactive experience.
- Self-guided tours allow people to participate when it’s best for them.
- Can be used many times - and as part of different events - to gather more input over a longer period.
- Provides park users with a deeper appreciation of the park through the experience of being careful observers and explorers.
See a sample Walking Tour from the Allen and Pike Malls.