In the lead up to Qatar hosting the FIFA Arab Cup™, Qatar Museums has extended its timings for all museums, galleries, shops, cafés and restaurants within its network for the duration of the tournament.

Revised timings for the following museums will be extended from 28 November until 18 December, 10 am to 8 pm, Saturday to Thursday and on Fridays, from 1:30 pm to 8 pm.

Please note that Mathaf will be closed to the public on 3 and 10 December. Visit for the latest information on the revised opening timings.

Ongoing exhibitions

Visitors can explore the permanent galleries of NMoQ and the permanent collection of Mathaf, as well as the recently unveiled Kader Attia: On Silence exhibition. Striking murals and art installations that make up Qatar’s thriving public art scene can also be found in various locations across Doha, including murals in and around the Al Sadd Metro Station as part of the POW! WOW! global mural festival.

Additionally, Qatar Museums is also presenting exceptional exhibitions by renowned international artists, including Virgil Abloh: Figures of Speech at the Fire Station, Christian Dior: Designer of Dreams at M7 in Msheireb Downtown Doha, and Jeff Koons: Lost in America at Qatar Museums Gallery Al Riwaq. Visitors are reminded to purchase tickets online in advance of their visit.

Due to anticipated road closures and traffic congestion around Doha, visitors are advised to use public transportation. Mowasalat is running a special service along the Corniche during the tournament. Visitors can take the Corniche loop southbound to MIA Park, Al Riwaq and NMoQ, or the B-ring road loop to M7, Fire Station, MIA Park, Al Riwaq and NMoQ.

The nearest metro station to NMoQ, Al Riwaq and MIA Park is the National Museum of Qatar, while the nearest metro station to Fire Station is Al Bidda. Mshereib is the nearest metro station to M7.

Please read the Qatar Museums Visitor Guidelines for more information. To book tickets to exhibitions, visit

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