Area Attractions

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Sikkat Wadi Msheireb Street
Doha, Qatar



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Arts and Culture

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Msheireb Museums

0.3 KM
A history celebrated so elegantly is what you expect to find here. Divided into four different houses, each highlighting an underlying cause. Bin Jelmood House, sheds light on historical slavery and how it spread across civilizations. Radwani house showcases the evolvement of a traditional Qatari family. Mohammed Bin Jassim House is built with the purpose of showcasing Qatar’s heritage and its current evolution, especially its ambitions for sustainable building. Company house showcases the petrol journey of this visionary country.‬‬

Museum of Islamic Art

1.7 KM
Thought-provoking historical masterpieces are on display here, some dating as far back as the 7th century; this is a truly unique place to visit. A whole day out to this museum is a very realistic prospect, with libraries for adults and children, a café, workshops and a park next door, the whole family will be entertained.

The National Museum of Qatar (NMoQ)

2.1 KM
This museum is dedicated to bringing to life the unique story of Qatar and its people. It actively gives voice to the nation’s rich heritage and culture while demonstrating the extensive network of ties with other countries and people around the world. Designed as a vibrant and immersive space, diverse communities can come together and experience Qatar’s past, present, and future.

Sheikh Faisal Bin Qassim Al Thani Museum

2.8 KM
This three-building museum spread over 530,000 sq. meters showcases the privately-owned collections classified into four themes, Islamic art, Qatari heritage, vehicles and coins/currencies. Stirring much interest are some of the collections that date as far back as the Jurassic age.


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Souq Waqif

0.6 KM
“Souq” is the Arabic word for “market” and this market has been around for centuries serving traders and shoppers alike. Established for its centrally located position Souk Waqif was classed as a favorite by Bedouins (nomadic Arabs of the desert) near and far. Today it forms part of the regeneration project, where it has been elegantly restored retaining its Qatari culture. You can find fabrics, spices, and souvenirs at this traditional market.

Galeries Lafayette

Located in Katara Plaza Shopping Center, this French three-story department store is famous all around the world for its high-end and refined shopping options. Each visit captures the imagination with newly designed experiences for retuning shoppers.


9.0 KM
Villaggio is a shopping mall that offers an all-day experience. With bazaars, shows during festive seasons, high-end luxury brands, restaurants, cafes, cinemas, ice-skating and go-karting, there is indeed something for everyone here.

Mall of Qatar

18 KM
This 500,000 sq m mall is as innovative as they come. Featuring spectacular shows on a 360-degree custom developed revolving stage, a large selection of shopping options and a multilevel entertainment complex for adults and children alike.

Outdoor Attractions

Al Koot Fort (Doha Fort)

0.6 KM
Built-in 1927 this fort had the sole purpose of protecting the nearby Souq Waqif by housing a police station. In recent years the use of this building has been to showcase 20th-century Qatari architecture through its stunning design and housing a cultural museum.

Zakreet Film City

72 KM
Built for an Arabic series, Film City and neighboring Mystery Village are well-kept ghost towns in the middle of the desert, offering adventure, mystery and Oryx spotting. On the way to Film City from Doha, drive around Umbrella Rock Mountain, to witness the stunning desert sculpture by the world-renowned Richard Serra, one of the preeminent sculptors of modern times.

Amiri Diwan

1.0 KM
This impressive building houses the seat of rule of the State of Qatar. Built in the 18th century, this building became a military fort for the Ottomans when they arrived in Qatar. After their departure, in 1915 the sitting ruler of Qatar, Sheikh Abdullah bin Jassim reclaimed and restored this building and declared it the seat of rule of Qatar’s rulers.

Desert Safari

There is nothing quite as magical as riding into the desert at sunset or sunrise. The Arabian desert offers adventure, serenity and beauty. You can book a dune bashing trip, or a more relaxed tour through one of the many companies on offer. Read the reviews and pick the one that suits you best.

Msheireb Downtown Doha

Msheireb Museum


It is the world’s first sustainable downtown regeneration project and one of the smartest cities on earth, strategically located in the heart of Doha – the ambitious and thriving capital city of Qatar – only minutes away from the Hamad International Airport. Msheireb Downtown Doha, inspires a modern and digital community, featuring smart living and working environments, and is nothing short of a wonderful place to work, shop, enjoy and live.