Sensing of physical parameters forms an important part of smart structures. The discovery of many nanomaterials in the past decades with unique physical properties has led to the development of nanomaterial-based sensors for smart structures and Structural Health Monitoring (SHM). Among the nanomaterials, MXenes (Titanium Carbide with surface termination, Ti3C2Tx; Tx: -F, -OH, -O) are two-dimensional (2D) nanomaterials with unique conductivity and hydrophilic behavior. These properties help in the fabrication of pure MXene films and MXene nanocomposites which can have multifunctional sensing behavior. The use of polymer as a matrix with MXene fillers helps in controlling the electrical and mechanical properties of the nanocomposites. Studying the dynamic response of these MXene nanomaterial-based structures become necessary for developing sensors. This paper focuses on the investigations of MXene based structures for SHM.