Access Tour Exhibition

The World of ASMR: Multisensory Tour

Join tour guide Andrew Mashigo for an audio described tour of WEIRD SENSATION FEELS GOOD: The World of ASMR and multisensory workshop for blind and partially sighted visitors.

What to expect

In a special relaxed hours tour, guide Andrew Mashigo leads an audio described tour of our immersive exhibition exploring the weird and wonderful world of ASMR.

The tour will be followed by a hands on workshop where participants will be invited to create their own ASMR pieces using a range of materials.

Millions around the world are part of an online community who experience ASMR (Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response): a physical sensation of euphoria or deep calm, sometimes a tingling in the body, triggered through sound, touch, and movement.

Curated in collaboration with ArkDes, the Swedish Centre for Architecture and Design, this is the first exhibition of its kind to lift the world of ASMR out from your screen and into physical space. Step into an acoustically tuned environment and understand how people are using new and existing tools and materials to navigate our complex world.


Before your visit, enjoy our video created in partnership with Nowness.

Booking information

Free event. Pre-booking required.

Due to very limited capacity, this tour is only for blind and partially sighted visitors.

Please ensure that you only book if you plan to attend and cancel your booking in advance if your availability changes so that others can take part by contacting


The museum does everything it can to make sure your experience is enjoyable.


Andrew Mashigo

Mashigo is an artist, design enthusiast and museum educator who works collaboratively with blind and visually impaired creative practitioners to develop workshops, exhibitions and tours. He is also the founder of MaMoMi, a community interest social enterprise set up to enhance the experiences and expand the possibilities available to the visually impaired, deaf-blind and those at risk of exclusion. They use visual culture as the platform for engagement and a tool for education.

The exhibition


Step out from behind your screen to explore the many ways that people can experience ASMR and how this emerging field of creativity has grown up around these feelings.

Background image: Exhibition photography by Ed Reeve.