Solitary neurofibroma within the abdominal wall is an extremely rare tumor. Neurofibromas often develop between the ages of 20 and 30 years. Approximately 90% of neurofibromas are solitary or localized type. It frequently appears anywhere within the central or peripheral nervous system. Seven months old girl presented with abdominal distention for the last 2 months. On physical examination, she had a 5x6 cm relatively mobile, elastic mass on the right lower abdominal wall. This paper reports a girl presenting with lower abdominal mass identified as neurofibroma by histological examination. To our knowledge, this is the first report of a solitary neurofibroma child case arising from the anterior abdominal wall.