Does the venue cater for visitors of all physical abilities? If not, can visitors still engage somehow?
At a glance
Will visitors understand what to do if they pay little attention to the instructions?
How much space is available for the visit? Should there be more or less?
Does the experience work for single visitors and groups? Couples and tour groups? School groups?
Are you collecting any information that can be linked to a visitor? Has the visitor given fully informed consent?
Will the locations stay accessible and unchanged? Will they need to be shared?
Is the experience physically tiring? Is it mentally tiring? Is this necessary and, if so, is there room to rest?
Is the popularity of technology underpinning the experience being driven by trend-setters? If it is "on-trend" now, have you planned for the day the trend changes?
Does the experience rely on funding? How long will that funding last?
Does the experience change based on available staff or volunteers? When might this happen, and what will the consequences be?
Does your staff have the expertise for day-to-day maintenance of the technology? Is there someone on hand to tackle small problems?
Are particular volunteers or staff vital for the experience? What happens if they leave?
Do you have staff with experience of conducting risk assessments for this type of experience? Do you have liability insurance to cover the risks encountered during the experience?
If the experience becomes very popular can the venue, staff and technology handle an increasing audience? When will capacity become a problem? Are limiting mechanisms needed? Can you scale down if popularity is sporadic?
How will you understand and engage with opinion on social networks?
Will any of your assets tempt thieves? Might visitors treat them like souvenirs?
Will the visitor be embarrassed or otherwise uncomfortable during the experience? Is this necessary? Can they avoid the uncomfortable situation?
How will changes in the weather affect the experience?