Sensory Palaces sessions engage participants in sensory storytelling in the historic spaces of our palaces.
Each session provides a chance to explore stories from the palace, participate in fun activities and build social connections. Sessions are designed to enhance mental health and wellbeing, encouraging new learning opportunities in a safe and welcoming environment.
Sessions are free for participants. They are delivered by expert freelancers, skilled in supporting people living with dementia.
George III: The Mind Behind The Myth
Date: Tuesday 14 October
Time: 10.30-12:30 and 14:00-16.00
Join the Sensory Palaces team as we explore the new exhibition at Kew Palace together. Learn more about the life of George III, his illness and the lives of those closest to him.
Exhibition spaces accessible via a lift.
We are committed to Historic Royal Palaces being a 'Dementia-friendly' heritage organisation.
We deliver the Alzheimer’s Society’s 'Dementia Friends' information sessions for our staff and volunteers to raise awareness and understanding of the disease so that we are better able to support people living with dementia at our palaces and in our communities. We are members of the Dementia Action Alliance in Richmond.
We lead the Dementia-friendly heritage group, a peer network comprise of 18 heritage sites across the UK who are committed to developing and sharing dementia-friendly heritage best practice. New contacts are more than welcome!