History, Art, Food, Commerce and Nature are just a few of the experiences Doha offers to its visitors.
Dive in and see our city blossom.
Explore the world’s first sustainable downtown, that revived the old commercial district with a new architectural language that is modern, yet inspired by traditional Qatari heritage and architecture, becoming a new social and civic hub in the city centre.
Experience the unique story of Qatar and discover its rich heritage and culture at The National Museum Designed by French architect Jean Nouvel. To add yet another icon landmark to the city, inspired by the complex form of the desert rose, found in Qatar’s arid desert regions.
Mathaf: Arab Museum of Modern Art currently holds over 9,000 works, making it the world’s largest specialised collection of its kind. Mathaf organises major exhibitions, both historical and experimental, in addition to hosting educational programs and fostering creativity.
Visit Msheireb Museums to celebrate the history of four historic heritage houses in the heart of Msheireb Downtown Doha. The houses preserve traditional Qatari houses Architecture from the 19th century, bridging the old with the new.
Located on the Corniche, the Museum of Islamic Art is home to one of the most comprehensive collections of Islamic art in the world. Designed by world-renowned architect I.M. Pei, the MIA building has become an iconic landmark in Doha.
Souq which means market in Arabic is a marketplace, selling traditional garments, spices, handicrafts, and souvenirs. Built on the site of Doha’s century old trading market, Souq Waqif never ceases to amaze. A must visit to get an authentic feel of the traditional Qatari lifestyle.
The undulating sand dunes of Qatar’s desert proffer a stark beauty, and are a popular destination for a recreational safari of the spectacular landscape.
Al Reem Biosphere Reserve is the most important protected area in Qatar, and has been developed to be a model national reserve that aims to achieve a balance between the protection of natural and cultural heritage and sustainable development.
A nature reserve located in the south of Qatar, consisting of large areas of different landscapes, sandy, rocky and varied in its vegetation cover, which makes it so distinguished.
Opened in 2014 in Doha and designated for families, the new Onaizah Garden is considered one of the modern gardens, and the increase in plant diversity has been taken into consideration, as it contains 27 types of trees, shrubs and perennial plants in addition to a number of varied seasonal flowers.
The park was open 1994 in Doha, with an area of 6,411 square meters. It is a residential park for families. The garden contains 16 trees and shrubs, as well as different seasonal plants and flowers.
Al waab Park opened in 2014 in the city of Al Rayyan and it is one of the residential gardens designated for families. Al Wa'ab Garden is a modern garden that contains 14 types of trees, shrubs and perennial plants, in addition to a number of diverse seasonal flowers.
QBG is the first garden of its kind in the world, exhibiting the plants mentioned in the Holy Qur’an and the authentic Sunnah of the Prophet (PBUH). It aims to enhance and spread knowledge about these plants, the terms associated with them, and how they are cared for and preserved.