Have you ever noticed the diversity of its landscape when traveling around Poland? The Baltic Sea, numerous lowlands, lakes, millionth cities, small villages, small towns and high Tatras are the elements that make up our country. Each of them is like a piece of a puzzle – seemingly incompatible with the others, but still necessary to put together a whole puzzle.
When designing the exhibition at the Children’s Museum, we wanted to accentuate diversity and bring out its positive aspects. ŁADnie carries educational value. We show how important it is to take care of one’s neighborhood and what each of us can do to make the neighborhood a friendly place. We make you aware that even the smallest step can do a lot.
The exhibition has been divided into three main rooms concerning such issues as: ethnography, city, nature.
Curator: Justyna Dominiak
Substantive supervision: Anna Grunwald, Head of NEM Education Department and Museum for Children
Stage design: Joanna Zadrożna
Producer: National Ethnographic Museum in Warsaw
Co-financed by the Polish History Museum in Warsaw, from the funds within the program “Patriotism of Tomorrow” and the budget of the Mazovian Voivodeship.