Space is the sum of both – physical elements, as well as values, symbols and sensations occuring during exploration of the space. To better understand the tourist space, different, intangible ways of it must be acknowledged, including its multisensory character. Urban space is one of the types of tourist space, in which revitalized areas gain special meaning and give the opportunity of unique tourist experiences, inluding: sights, sounds, smells and touches. Urban space is thus multidimensional and multisensory. Post-industrial complex EC1 in Łódź is undoubtedly a new tourist space in the city. Research on tourist perception in that complex presented in the article, aimed at determining the level of multisensory perception, as well as feeling-emotions arising during the visit. The survey questionnaire was attended by 90 participants – mainly young and middle-aged, most of them inhabitants of Łódź, largely representing professions connected with architecture, which confirm specialistic interests of the visitors connected with revitalisation. The sense of sight was claimed to be the most important, but also sequently: sense of hearing, touch and smell. Among the elements perceived with the sense of sight, most frequent was the general impression, related to post-industrial character of the building. In case of sense of hearing the most frequently mentioned was the acoustics of the building, in case of the sense of touch – textures of walls, floors and architectural elements, in case of sense of smell – the „technical” smell of the visited complex. The most frequently mentioned feelings-emotions were: pride, curiosity, admiration, nostalgia, fascination and excitement. The study has shown how important in urban space exploration is its intangible, immaterial layer connected with multisensory experiences.