Experience the thrill and immerse yourself in Qatar’s heritage and culture with a day at the camel races.
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Qatar’s arts scene is ever expanding; there is a myriad of artworks and institutions to visit - but where to start? Find out here!
Horse racing, a popular sport in Qatar, is intertwined with its heritage; find out why and how to get involved.
Qatar is home to several magnificent mosques, each distinct in its beauty and ornateness. Luckily for visitors, some are accessible to the general public to explore.
Qatar has become a cultural hub in recent years with a growing array of modern, exciting, immersive museums telling the story of its past, present and future.
As the largest mosque in Qatar, Imam Abdul Wahhab, also known as the Qatar State Grand Mosque, was inaugurated in 2011. Its simple lines and graceful arches are nonetheless eye-catching, and characteristic of Islamic architectural tradition.
Emphasizing our approach to engaging with the public, the Education City Mosque’s vision is to be the premier community-focused mosque in Qatar and the region. It’s located in the Minaretein building, which rests on five large columns representing the five pillars of Islam, with each featuring a verse drawn from the Holy Qur’an.
Katara Opera House is the only facility of its kind in Qatar and home to the Qatar Philharmonic Orchestra.