[noncount] 1 : the walls, furniture, trees, etc., that are used on a stage during a play or other performance to show where the action is taking place
▪ She designed the scenery for the play. ▪ The scenery showed a forest/bedroom.2 : a view of natural features (such as mountains, hills, valleys, etc.) that is pleasing to look at
▪ beautiful mountain scenery ▪ We went for a drive to enjoy the scenery.3 : the things that can be seen where a person lives, works, etc. — used in the phrase change of scenery ▪ He was looking for a new job because he felt he needed a change of scenery. [=he needed to be in a different place] ▪ We decided to go to a new restaurant for a change of scenery.
▪ She designed the scenery for the play. ▪ The scenery showed a forest/bedroom.
▪ beautiful mountain scenery ▪ We went for a drive to enjoy the scenery.