Queen Rania of Jordan visited Children’s Museum

Queen Rania of Jordan visited Children’s Museum
Queen Rania

Queen Rania of Jordan visited the Children’s Museum on Wednesday where she joined staff, partners, and donors to celebrate the museum's 15th anniversary, and inaugurated its newly upgraded Technology and Communications Exhibition. 
Queen Rania celebrated her 52nd birthday
Queen Rania/Royal Court


The museum was officially opened in 2007 by the Queen in line with her vision of making it an educational centre for the children with 185 indoor and outdoor interactive exhibits. The Children's Museum is also home to other educational facilities, including a library, an art studio, and the Secret Garden. The museum organizes a variety of events, including year-round programs, camps, science shows and demonstrations, and The Science and Arts Festival.

Since 2007, the museum has welcomed more than 3.3 million visitors, and benefited over 900 thousand students from public, private, and UNRWA schools through its exhibits, initiatives, and programs. The Technology and Communications area - a multifaceted space now, boasts interactive exhibits that teach young visitors about the workings of the digital world, and tackle an array of tech-related disciplines, including coding, the Internet of Things, the digital cloud, cybersecurity, as well as data confidentiality and protection.

For the visit, Queen Rania was looking chic in white AZ Factory Thebe Magugu printed recycled satin-twill shirt with Squid Ink Pleated Handkerchief Skirt teamed up with Dior Songe pumps and Ralph Masri Modernist Diamond geometric shaped earrings.