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Set in the MIA Park on the Doha waterfront, the museum building stands out as an architectural gem. Once inside, you will see masterpieces of Islamic art, including metalwork, ceramics, jewellery, woodwork, textiles and glass, collected from three...more
All reviews beautiful building the ground floor gift shop on display free entrance amazing architecture west bay worth a visit doha skyline mia park modern architecture couple of hours few hours visiting doha great place to visit exhibits pei
The collection of the old Islamic historical Scriptures and old things which is collected from the different parts of Islamic World like from Sub Continent, Central Asia, Arab World and Africa. If you are in Doha then you must visit this Museum.
This museum is so impressive - it is beautiful. It is free. The staff are very kind and helpful and the cafe and shop are lovely to visit with, once again, wonderful staff. I loved this place so much that I visited two days running....More
Last admission 30 minutes before closing.
Galleries, Gift Shop and Café close 15 minutes before closing.
are some of the facts that you must be known.
it's open daily from 0900 - 1900hrs except Fridays
not very sure what would be the timing that Friday...More
Spectacular place, wonderful setting by the sea, terrific architecture. The building alone is worth the visit. I strongly recommend an afternoon visit, as the sunset views are impressive, and the building and the fountain look amazing as the whole complex is lit up in the...More
I was lucky enough to venture here, amazing museum in the heart of Doha,
Beautiful and different eras, The MIA park there is a must see, you can see both sides of the city from there (old and new),
World class standard and explore Art...More
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Yes, I believe they are. I noticed a number of people taking photographs and there were no signs saying no photography. Everyone today has phones that act as cameras anyway, so I imagine it would be difficult to prevent... More
Yes, I believe they are. I noticed a number of people taking photographs and there were no signs saying no photography. Everyone today has phones that act as cameras anyway, so I imagine it would be difficult to prevent. Also the internal architecture is super and I know they are very proud of the IM Pi design, understandably so.