First of its kind interactive children’s section completed in National History Museum Lahore

A one of a kind specially developed section for children has been completed inside the newly inaugurated National History Museum at Greater Iqbal Park, Lahore.

The new children’s section was curated by Dot & Line and will be open to the public after Eid-Ul-Fitr. The section will now become a permanent exhibit inside the museum.

The project was initiated by Lina Ahmed and Maheen B. Adamjee of Dot & Line with an aim of giving children a way to celebrate the country through an immersive exhibit that is interactive and sparks curiosity.

The children will be able to touch, feel, hear, scribble and even share their experiences while learning the rich and unique culture of Pakistan.

The project will also fill the gap of chid history learning which was often dull and boring to many. With the colorful exhibition and its interactive nature, the children will have fun while learning the history and culture of Pakistan.

Location of National History Museum

The National History Museum was recently inaugurated in the Greater Iqbal Park of Lahore. The museum is next to Minar-e-Pakistan.