My kids were invited to help test a new climbing wall the museum of science and tech is planning for when they reopen.
Matthew and Elizabeth were not excited about the scent packages placed at various places to give a "sensory" experience while climbing. "All the things smelled bad and it got on my fingers" complained Elizabeth. It's true that the maple syrup package only smelled like maple syrup if you didn't stick your nose right in it. If you sniffed too close it smelled like burnt plastic. I guess in order to keep the scent over a few months it needs to be fairly intense.
All enjoyed climbing very much. Elizabeth would have liked to try going much higher.