You may have heard or experienced food tours, like Scott’s Pizza Tours or Ben’s Bagel Tours. These types of experiences are quite popular, not just because people like the food, but they can learn the history and variety of the subject while being actively involved with their five senses.
As Dr. Howard Gardner recognized in his Theory of Multiple Intelligences, not everyone has learning capability through linguistic or logical methods. Incorporating the five senses and getting your audience to interact with an object or others will get them to understand and learn while having a good time. Ask your guide users to taste, feel, look, smell, or hear something as part of the trip you are taking them on. They will learn more effectively and remember you for a great experience.