These one-day activities for school children and young people focus on the visual discovery of their neighbourhood. During the workshop, students from different classes work together to find secret places, patterns, beautiful and hideous spaces in the neighbourhood. There, they take photos, which make up a dossier that can form an exhibition – in Lindholm, the children’s work was presented in the local museum. This kind of mapping provides an immediate insight into the children’s perspective of the relationship with urban space. What do they notice, which places do they use most? Such intense work gives the participants a sense of mission and teamwork and, importantly, supports their voice in deciding the future of the neighbourhood.