Your first stop will be at the Museum of Islamic art, this is an iconic building that you will see in Doha. The museum was designed by award-winning Chinese-American architect I.M. Pei. You will have an opportunity to see Masterpieces of Islamic art, including metalwork, ceramics, jewelry, woodwork, textiles, coins, and glass. The origin of its artifacts ranges from Spain, Egypt, and Iran to Iraq, Turkey, India, and Central Asia. Your next stop will be at the Abdulla Bin Zaid Al Mahmoud Islamic Cultural Center which is also called Al Fanar. Inspired by the Great Mosque of Samarra in Iraq, the center offers a variety of educational activities such as exhibitions, tours of the cultural center, Arabic language and etc. Then you will head to the Msheireb Museum, this is a house Built by Sheikh Mohammed Bin Jassim Al-Thani, son of the Founder of modern Qatar. The building was converted into a house museum to demonstrate traditional values. The foundations for the future development of Doha and introduces the transformation of Msheireb over time through recalling memories of its past, showcasing its present, and engaging visitors in the plans for the future. Your last stop will be at the National Museum of Qatar – a place that is rich in its remarkable collection of archaeological and heritage objects, manuscripts, documents, photographs, jewelry, and costumes that illustrate Qatar’s past, present, and future.
● Pick-up and drop-off from any location within Doha City limits.
● Transportation in an air-conditioned vehicle.
● Stop at the Museum of Islamic Art.
● Visit the Qatar Islamic Cultural Centre.
● Visit the Msheireb Museums
● Visit the National Museum of Qatar
● All guides are licensed and English-speaking
● Entrance Fee of QAR 50/- should be paid directly by the customer at the National Museum of Qatar.
● All other museum entrance fees are included.
● Tour will be on a shared basis.
AM Tour – 9.00 AM – 1.00 PM
Daily except for Friday, Saturday, and Sunday