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MuSo: JSW Group Unveils Mumbai's Pioneering Museum of Solutions for Children

Mumbai is now home to a groundbreaking institution designed exclusively for children – the Museum of Solutions, or MuSo. This innovative initiative, spearheaded by the JSW Group, aims to empower children by encouraging them to develop solutions to some of India's most pressing challenges. Nestled in the Lower Parel Area of Mumbai, MuSo spans an expansive 100,000 square feet across seven floors, offering a rich tapestry of exhibitions, activities, engagements, and learning experiences meticulously crafted for children aged three and above.

A hallmark of MuSo lies in its incorporation of dynamic interactive spaces, featuring four state-of-the-art labs and a mesmerizing 'mangrove' tunnel. Adorned with enchanting fairy lights, the tunnel serves as a captivating introduction for children to native creatures while imparting valuable lessons about their crucial role in the ecosystem. MuSo, with its multifaceted approach, seeks to provide an immersive and comprehensive platform that not only entertains but educates, fostering a sense of curiosity and problem-solving skills in the young minds it serves.



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