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Set in the MIA Park on the Doha waterfront, the museum building stands out as an architectural gem. Once inside, you will see masterpieces of Islamic art, including metalwork, ceramics, jewellery, woodwork, textiles and glass, collected from three...more
All reviews beautiful building gift shop free entrance the ground floor on display amazing architecture worth a visit turkey doha skyline mia park couple of hours west bay few hours visiting doha exhibits pei atrium
Beautiful and interesting exhibits in a fine building. We were dropped off to wander the floors. Took a bit over an hour to wander the exhibits- so relatively short. But amazing exhibits are definitely worth a visit.
An absolute "must"! The building is its own piece of art. And the exhibitions and all the items and histories in this house is something you could wish everyone could take part of. A well spent visit that learned us a lot about our common...More
We had a day in Doha as our flight was late out of London Heathrow and so Qatar Airlines put us up in Doha until the next day's flight to Australia.
We visited the Museum of Islamic Art as part of a city tour we...More
Iconic architect, I.M. Pei, came out of retirement at age 90 to design this building. The East Wing of the National Gallery in Washington, D.C., and the modernization of the Louvre in Paris hint at what was yet to come. On a man-made island in...More
Beautiful building. Excellent layout.
A must do when in Doha.
We walked along the corniche to get there and that was an added bonus looking at the boats in the harbour.
What you get when you mix a passion to create a world class museum with almost unlimited money. Beautifully done with amazing artefacts and layout. A relaxing insight into the world of Islamic art. And its also beautiful architecture and views. A place to relax
The museum is a MUST TO SEE. By purpose it is a bit separate at to cost across the skyscrapers..... So you have a differentiation between future and past. It represents the Arabic World with all their history and and the artefacts are amazing....
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Yes, I believe they are. I noticed a number of people taking photographs and there were no signs saying no photography. Everyone today has phones that act as cameras anyway, so I imagine it would be difficult to prevent... More
Yes, I believe they are. I noticed a number of people taking photographs and there were no signs saying no photography. Everyone today has phones that act as cameras anyway, so I imagine it would be difficult to prevent. Also the internal architecture is super and I know they are very proud of the IM Pi design, understandably so.