What's On

Find out about all of the exciting activities and events happening at Qatar Museums. Our wide range of programmes – including exhibitions, talks, tours and family activities – offers something for everyone.


See a list of recent past exhibitions.

Featured Exhibitions

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Exhibition

Art Mill Museum 2030

Until 30 March 2023

Until 30 March 2023 | Free Admission, No Tickets Required This exhibition is set across 2 locations: Site #1 Qatar Flour Mills Warehouse and Site #2 Al Najada Heritage House # 15. Shuttle bus schedule to Site #1 listed below.

Explore the vision behind the future museum of international modern and contemporary art, due to open in Doha in 2030.

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A tent-like structure with bamboo poles holding the perimeter sits in the middle of a courtyard flanked by palm trees.

Exhibition

The Majlis: A Meeting Place

Until 31 March 2023

Until 31 March 2023

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Exhibition

Visit Raku Jikinyū’s ode to Qatar in this exhibition comprising fourteen ceremonial tea bowls.

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Interior of the MIA library showing long tables and lit desk lamps at night
Children and Youth

Story Time

Reading Goals

First Tuesday of every month

First Tuesday of every month

Join this football-inspired story time and take part in FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™ Generation Amazing activities.

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An old picture of Baghdad
Children and Youth

Event

Family day: Baghdad: Eye’s Delight

28 January and 11 February 2023

28 January and 11 February 2023

Join us for a Family Day in celebration of the Baghdad: Eye’s Delight exhibition at the Museum of Islamic Art.

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A close-up shot of a hand tracing paint over a stencil of a floral pattern
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Workshop

Ottoman Design

Saturday 11 February 2023

Saturday 11 February 2023

Learn about the basics of Ottoman islimi design, painting, gilding, and brushwork techniques.

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