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The National Museum of Qatar (NMoQ) gives expression to Qatar's rich cultural legacy. It invites diverse populations to gather in its energetic and engaging venue to learn about Qatar's past, present, and future.

The National Museum of Qatar (NMoQ) is committed to telling the distinct story of Qatar and its people in an original, comprehensive, and immersive manner. Through the multilayered thematic exhibitions, interactivity, and programming, intergenerational learning for all ages is at the center of the museum's mission.

A digital collection containing thousands of photographs, videos, and documents from Qatar and other countries is at the center of the museum's permanent exhibits, and it is all made widely available.

What to see in the Museum?

The meticulous efforts made by local and international experts to conserve and repair significant antiques and artefacts that represent Qatar's distinctive past are on display for visitors to enjoy at the National Museum of Qatar.

The collection of NMoQ includes an astonishing variety of historical and archaeological artefacts, as well as manuscripts, photographs, papers, jewelry, and costumes that depict Qatar's past, present, and future. Beginnings, Life in Qatar, and Building the Nation are three separate chapters that the objects assist convey as they are contextualised within the museum's immersive galleries.

The project also features a 115,000 square metre park with 400 parking places, an artificial lagoon, a 220-seat auditorium, a research center, laboratories, a dedicated food forum, two restaurants, a café, and two museum stores, one of which is geared toward children.

Iconic Architecture

The museum's edifice, which will be finished in 2019, was built around the focal point of Sheikh Abdullah bin Jassim Al Thani's old palace, which served as both his home and the government's seat for 25 years. In order for tourists and future generations to appreciate the museum, it has been meticulously repaired and protected.

The facility has spectacular exhibition spaces, an auditorium with 220 seats, two restaurants, a café, and a traditional food forum in addition to its distinctive architecture.

The museum provides a brand-new research center, labs, and access to digital archives for academics and students. Visitors can also explore and discover the native plants of Qatar and their significance to Qatari culture in a beautifully landscaped park.

Kids in the Museum

The development and concept of the museum have been centred on people. No of their age or level of familiarity with the history and culture of the country, the National Museum of Qatar provides all of its guests with a rich and immersive experience. They take satisfaction in the way the narrative is presented through a series of multilayered exhibits that incorporate historical photos, interactive digital elements, educational activities, and sensory components including sounds, smells, and tactile models.

The manifesto is a collection of straightforward rules for museums that was developed in conjunction with kids, teens, and families. It outlines the qualities they believe make a museum a fantastic location to visit.

Qatar National Museum timing

The Qatar National Museum is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Doha, the capital city of Qatar. The museum is open to visitors from 9 am to 7 pm from Saturdays to Thursdays. On Friday, the Qatar National Museum is open to visitors from 1.30 pm to 7 pm. It is worth noting that during the holy month of Ramadan, the museum's opening hours might be different.

Qatar National Museum tickets

Access to the NMOQ's permanent galleries is included with your regular admission ticket. Separate ticket purchase is required for transient special exhibitions. A gallery or other public area of the National Institution of Qatar may be closed at any moment for maintenance even when the museum is open.

Following are the required fees: Entry fee of QR50 for adults who are not Qatar residents. An entry fee of QR25 is charged to students who are not Qatar residents. Adults, kids (0–16), and students who are Qatar residents as well as kids (0–16) who aren't Qatar residents are all admitted free of charge.

Frequently asked questions

Is it permitted to take photos inside the National Museum of Qatar?

The museum allows photography. Have fun shooting. Just remember to change the camera's settings. The craft of photography is mostly reliant on the talent of the photographer, as well as the quality & steadiness of the equipment.

Do I need a reservation to visit the National Museum?

According to the New Normal: NO. However, it is better to make an online reservation at least one day before your arrival.

What is the dress code for the Qatar National Museum?

Dress modestly and respect the local culture by covering shoulders and knees. Men should wear a collared shirt and pants, while women should wear loose-fitting clothing and cover their hair with a scarf as a sign of respect. Aim for a smart casual dress code.


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