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Qatar Museums will continue to charge the same admission prices through 1 April 2023.

Museum of Islamic Art

The current ticket prices for all museums and galleries will stay in effect through April 1, 2023, according to a statement from Qatar Museums.

Qatar Museums has drawn soccer enthusiasts from all over the world to explore its cutting-edge museums, galleries, exhibitions, and cultural sites throughout the historic FIFA World Cup 2022 Qatar.

With a number of temporary exhibitions continuing through the spring, Qatar Museums will maintain the current ticket prices until April 1, 2023, giving locals and visitors to the country the chance to learn about the rich history and culture of Qatar and to take advantage of additional opportunities to enjoy the institution’s current cultural offerings.

The National Museum of Qatar, the Museum of Islamic Art, the 3-2-1 Qatar Olympic & Sports Museum, the Al Zubarah Archaeological Site, and M7 — Qatar’s recently launched creative hub — are among them. Forever Valentino is a current exhibit at M7.

For citizens and residents of Qatar and the GCC, Qatar Museums affirmed that admission to museums, galleries, and heritage sites will remain free of charge.

The following prices continue to apply to all other visitors:

  1. Admission to Qatar’s National Museum, 3-2-1 The Museum of Islamic Art and the Qatar Olympic and Sports Museum are both QR 100 for adults and QR free for minors under the age of 16.
    MATHAF: Arab Museum of Modern Art, Labour of Love: Stitching Together Palestinian History, Lusail Museum: Tales of a Connected World, and Experience Children under the age of 16 can watch Al Jazeera for free and for QR 50.
  2. Children 16 and younger can enter the Al Zubarah World Heritage Site for free and for a QR 35 fee.
  3. Yayoi Kusama: My Soul Blooms Forever is available for QR 10 and is free for kids under the age of 16.
  4. Adult admission to Forever Valentino at M7 is QR 100.
  5. Hayya card users will continue to receive free admission to all locations till January 23, 2023, with the exception of the National Museum of Qatar and the Museum of Islamic Art

The cafes, restaurants, and gift stores inside all museums and galleries will continue to be free to visit.

All museums and galleries are currently open during their regularly scheduled hours, unless otherwise noted, thanks to Qatar Museums.

  • Saturday–Thursday: 9 am to 7 pm
  • Fridays: 1.30 pm to 7 pm

The Museum of Islamic Art and Al Riwaq gallery can now be reached easily by vehicle, taxi, or one of Qatar Museums’ free shuttle buses thanks to Corniche Street’s complete reopening in both directions.

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