On a bright and bustling morning, a group of enthusiastic young minds from a project-based learning school – Leo’s Workshop; embarked on a captivating journey to Lahore’s walled city, curated by Traverse Pakistan. The children, aged 5 to 8 years, were bubbling with excitement as they ventured into the rich tapestry of history that awaited them.


Through the imposing Delhi Gate, the little explorers entered the heart of Lahore’s historical legacy, immersing themselves in the rich cultural tapestry that Lahore has woven over centuries. Their first stop was the magnificent Wazir Khan Mosque, a jewel of Mughal architecture nestled within the labyrinthine alleys of the walled city.

Wazir Khan Mosque:

With wide-eyed wonder, they learned about the cultural significance of each element, connecting the dots between the past and the present. The mosque, a living relic of Mughal architecture, became a living classroom where history came alive.

The mosaic tiles of Wazir Khan Mosque are a kaleidoscope of hues, ranging from vibrant blues and rich greens to deep reds and warm yellows. The geometric patterns, arabesques, and floral motifs seamlessly intertwine, creating a visual tapestry that reflects the exquisite taste of the Mughal aesthetic. Each tile, meticulously crafted and placed, contributes to the overall harmony and balance of the mosque’s design.


The children were particularly fascinated by the stories embedded in the tiles. The floral patterns, reminiscent of the Mughal gardens, carried echoes of a time when nature and art were inseparable. The intricate arabesques, inspired by Islamic calligraphy, conveyed a sense of spirituality and devotion. Every tile seemed to convey a message, inviting the young learners to decipher the hidden meanings within the ornate designs.

Fakir Khana Museum:

The next adventure awaited them as they hopped onto colorful rickshaws, weaving through narrow streets, absorbing the sights, sounds, and scents of the bustling bazaars. The rickshaw ride, filled with laughter and wide-eyed wonder, transported the children to Fakir Khana Museum, a hidden gem brimming with artifacts, antiques, and relics from Lahore’s storied past. The young scholars, wide-eyed and curious, discovered a treasure trove of history within the museum’s walls.


As the day unfolded, the final chapter of their expedition unfolded at Pak Tea House, a timeless establishment that has witnessed the ebb and flow of Lahore’s social and intellectual history. Seated in the midst of the city’s literati, the children were treated to a brief historical timeline, connecting the dots between the places they had visited and the broader narrative of Lahore’s evolution.


Traverse Pakistan had successfully orchestrated a seamless blend of education and adventure, providing these young minds with an immersive experience that transcended the confines of textbooks. As the kids bid farewell to Lahore’s walled city, their hearts and minds brimmed with newfound knowledge and a deep appreciation for the cultural tapestry that defines this historic city.

To sum up the whole experience visually our team also curated a reel to provide a visual glimpse of this one of a kind experience for young minds. Here is the link to instagram reel.