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6 Things to look out for at Al Abraj Park

Al Abraj park

This small park will immediately grab your attention with its curvy details, encompassing by tall towers. Al Abraj Park is established in 5,800 square meters and consists of 130 various types of trees. Located on Majlis Al Taawon Street, the park is covered with 240 square meters of bushes and approx 3,500 square meters of grass. There are the top 6 things to look out for at Al Abraj Park.

The expansive central space

The central space of the park is covered with lush green grass and is accompanied by tall buildings. The grass offers visitors, families, and individuals the ideal carpet to play catch, sit down and enjoy the cold evenings.  

Walkway and running track

Have jollification walking on the winding and decked up walkway located on either side of the park. A short running track surrounds its perimeter and this is a perfect spot for runners and evening joggers to add some miles to their everyday running.

Live wall selfie spot

If you love to take selfies, take a selfie at the vast live wall filled with greenery at Al Abraj Park. This also forms a great scene for some cute family moments too!

Shaded seating and curved seating areas

The parks offer various types of seating scatter across them. You can opt between the shaded seating and the semi-circular open ones while enjoying your snacks. You can also sit on the red curved seating, located at the corner of the park, which is one of the main magnetism too. Isn’t it cool?

Murals at the park

You will get to witness striking murals by artists from Qatar which were done as part of the JEDARIART initiative by Qatar Museums tied up with various organizations and institutions. The focus of this initiative is to bring the city walls lively with the help of different artists of the country. You can witness murals of a woman wearing a batoola, holding an incense burner by Mubarak Al-Malik and another one by Abdulla Alemadi here.

Make use of the exercise area

Al Abraj Park also provides a small exercise station with basic equipment that can help you burn some calories. Are you all set to tick off your health goals for the year?

Are pets allowed in this park?

We have asked out to MME if the park is pet friendly or not. We will let you know soon once we receive the information.

Details of the park-

  • Entry- Free
  • Nearest metro station-West Bay Metro Station
  • Parking space-Limited
  • Location- Al Abraj Park

Written by Saleh wasim

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