AMMONNEWS - Her Majesty Queen Rania hosted the First Lady of Poland Agata Kornhauser-Duda for a tour of Jordan’s Children’s Museum in Amman on Sunday, showcasing the Museum’s dynamic learning exhibits aimed at enlivening the educational experience for young children and students in Jordan.
Queen Rania and Agata Hornhauser-Duda toured several exhibits, including the Tinker Lab and the Biodiversity Exhibit, which aim to raise children’s awareness about renewable energy sources and water conservation.
Director of the Children’s Museum, Sawsan Dalaq, highlighted the Museum’s interactive educational approach that encourages enjoyable learning and innovation, with local challenges and homegrown solutions in mind. To culminate the tour, Queen Rania and the First Lady stopped by the Toddler’s Exhibit Area, a platform that features the artwork of Jordanian children, and finally, the Art Studio, where children were engaged in various art activities.
The tour is part of the President of Poland and his spouse Agata Kornhauser-Duda’s official visit to Jordan aimed at strengthening long-standing ties and forging new avenues for cooperation between the two countries.
The Children’s Museum is a non-profit education organization launched by Her Majesty Queen Rania Al Abdullah in 2007. Located in the King Hussein Parks, it offers over 150 indoor and outdoor permanent exhibits and educational facilities along with year-round education programs and events for children.