For families traveling in Jordan, there are many sites and attractions found throughout the country. One of the highlights for children and families in Jordan is the Children’s Museum.
About the Jordan Children’s Museum
The Jordan Children’s Museum is a non-profit center and organization that was created in 2007 by Her Majesty Queen Rania Al Abdallah. The interactive museum is educational, informative and fun for the whole family. Providing both indoor and outdoor spaces, the museum is designed specifically for the welfare and well-being of children.
The extensive facility includes a library, over 180 spaces both inside and outside, an art studio, a garden and a wide variety of seasonal events, shows, exhibitions, and performances. The Jordan Children’s Museum is committed to inclusivity and collaboration opening its doors to all children from all types of backgrounds both locally and internationally. The Jordan Children’s museum space is intended to make children feel safe, supported and encouraged to learn through fun interactive experiences.
Visiting the Jordan Children’s Museum
With the continued commitment to fostering children’s curiosity and learning, the Children’s Museum offers new programs, exhibits and concepts to push the boundaries on education, awareness and of course, fun!
Throughout the many interactive spaces, the Jordan Children’s museum is ideal for children of all ages and a great activity for families traveling in Jordan. Additionally, the museum offers rental spaces and party rooms for children’s events and birthday parties, an ideal destination for both local families and tourists.
Families can enjoy the museum as well as the restaurant on the property serving kid-friendly meals and snacks in both indoor space and an outdoor balcony overlooking the museum and the terrace.
11831 King Abdallah Ben Al Hussein Ath Thani C208, Amman, Jordan
Open Monday, Wednesday, Thursday from 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Friday and Saturday from 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
Closed on Tuesdays