Qatar Museums have announced that the current ticket pricing for all museums and galleries will remain the same until 1st April 2023.
Over the course of the historic FIFA World Cup 2022 Qatar, Qatar Museums has attracted football fans from around the world to experience its state-of-the-art museums, galleries, exhibitions, and heritage sites.
With many temporary exhibitions running until the Spring, Qatar Museums will uphold the existing ticket pricing until 1st April 2023, providing members of the community and visitors to Qatar the chance to learn about the country’s rich history and culture and further opportunities to enjoy Qatar Museums’ current cultural offering.
This includes the National Museum of Qatar, Museum of Islamic Art, 3-2-1 Qatar Olympic & Sports Museum, the Al Zubarah Archaeological Site, as well as M7 – Qatar’s newly opened creative hub, which is currently showcasing the Forever Valentino exhibition.
Qatar Museums confirmed that entry to museums, galleries and heritage sites will continue to be free of charge for citizens and residents of Qatar and the GCC.
All museums and galleries will continue to allow free entry to museum cafés, restaurants, and gift shops.
With Corniche Street now fully reopened in both directions, the Museum of Islamic Art and Al Riwaq gallery are now fully accessible by car, taxi or by one of Qatar Museums' free shuttle buses.
Source: Press Release
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