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The Museum of Islamic Art opened since December 2008 is dedicated to reflecting the full vitality, complexity and diversity of the arts of the Islamic world. Dedicated to being the foremost museum of Islamic art in the world and as well a centre of education and information in the field of arts in the Islamic world. It is a world-class collecting institution, which preserves, studies and exhibits masterpieces spanning three continents and 13 centuries.

Designed by Pritzker Price Laureate I.M Pei, the building is an architectural masterpiece that houses a magnificent collection of artworks dating from the 7th, up until the 19th Century. Representing the full scope of Islamic art, the collection includes manuscripts, ceramics, metal, glass, ivory, textiles, wood and precious stones. Collected from three continents, including countries across the Middle East, and reaching as far as Spain and India. The pieces represent the diversity found in Islamic heritage and are of the highest quality.

As a centre for information, research and creativity, the Museum aims to reach a wide global audience and serve as a hub for dialogue and cultural exchange. The Museum of Islamic Art is the flagship project of His Highness’s vision: to mould the State of Qatar into a pinnacle of culture. It is a museum for the world. It will bring the world to Doha, but it will also connect Doha to the world.

Local & International Organizations can enjoy hosting their prestigious events in the MIA’s stunning set of high-end venues. For private or corporate receptions, lunches and dinners as well as gala banqueting and workshops, the Museum of Islamic Art is the perfect place for a perfect occasion.

Hours: The Museum of Islamic Art opening hours are:

Sunday 10:30 – 17:30
Monday 10:30 – 17:30
Tuesday CLOSED (best for private events)
Wednesday 10:30 – 17:30
Thursday 12:00 – 20:00
Friday 14:00 – 20:00
Saturday 12:00 – 20:00

Admission: There is no charge for admission to the Museum, A charge is made for Temporary Exhibitions.

MIA park

The new seafront MIA Park is nearly 280,000-square-meter (68-acre), crescent-shaped and designed by Pei Partnership Architects of New York. It features a vertical steel sculpture by internationally acclaimed American sculpture artist Richard Serra.
The sculpture is Richard Serra’s first public artwork in the Middle East and could be viewed from Doha’s corniche.

MIA Park includes about three kilometres of lighted pedestrian pathways shaded by native palm trees. Visitors enjoy paddle boats for rent in a small cove in Doha Bay, as well as two cafés and one kiosk offering souvenirs and other gift items. Year-round public activities at MIA Park will include international concerts, sports events, storytelling programs, Monthly bazaars and art workshops. The MIA Park is conveniently located right off the Corniche Road through the Port Road entrance; entrance is free of charge.

Al Riwaq - Exhibition Hall

Al Riwaq is an art space which stands in the grounds of the MIA Park and is used for temporary renowned exhibitions. The foyer can be hired for corporate events, cocktail receptions or coffee breaks

About Qatar Museums Authority

Established in 2005 to combine the resources of all museums in the State of Qatar, Qatar Museums Authority (QMA) is a governmental organization whose remit is to develop museums and cultural institutions and provide an effective system for collecting, protecting, preserving and interpreting historic sites, monuments and artifacts. Under the leadership of its Chairperson H.E. Sheikha Al Mayassa, QMA is transforming the State of Qatar into a cultural hub of the Middle East. The Museum of Islamic Art, inaugurated in 2008, is the Authority’s flagship project. The organization won further acclaim with the December 2010 opening of Mathaf: Arab Museum of Modern Art. QMA’s goal of becoming a “global leader in the world of museums, art and heritage” will be advanced in the coming years with ambitious, world-class projects, including the Jean Nouvel-designed National Museum of Qatar. For further information, please visit our homepage


Qatar National Tourism Council

Qatar National Tourism Council




Über Qatar National Tourism Council (QNTC):
Die Mission des Qatar National Tourism Council ist es, Qatar auf der Weltkarte als einen Ort zu etablieren, an dem kulturelle Authentizität und Moderne aufeinandertreffen und wo Menschen aus aller Welt zusammenkommen, um vielseitige Angebote in den Bereichen Kultur, Sport, Geschäftsreisen und Familienunterhaltung zu erleben. Die Arbeit des QNTC wird von der Qatar National Tourism Sector Strategy (QNTSS) gelenkt, die das touristische Angebot des Landes diversifizieren und den wirtschaftlichen Beitrag dieses Sektors bis zum Jahr 2030 steigern soll. 2017 wurde das nächste Kapitel von QNTSS lanciert, das die darauffolgenden fünf Jahre (2018-2023) des Wachstums im Tourismussektor darstellt. Seit dem Start von QNTSS hat Qatar über 10 Millionen Besucher begrüßt. Die wirtschaftlichen Auswirkungen des Tourismussektors in Qatar werden mit den Schätzungen für 2016 zunehmend sichtbar und zeigen einen gesamten (direkten und indirekten) Beitrag zum katarischen BIP von 6,7 Prozent.

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