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Posted On: 20 September 2022 02:28 pm
Updated On: 20 September 2022 02:57 pm

‘Discover the Art of the Airport’ walking tour at Hamad International Airport

Fareeha Imtiaz
Fareeha Imtiaz
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Hamad International Airport (HIA) and Qatar Museums have debuted a one-of-kind collaboration for passengers travelling via the award-winning airport. The ‘Discover the Art of the Airport’, is a unique walking tour through an immersive experience where guests can view impressive sculptures and art installations by leading artists worldwide.

Under the patronage of Her Excellency, Sheikha Al Mayassa Bint Hamad Bin Khalifa Al Thani, Chairperson of Qatar Museums, remarkable art objects created by local, regional and international artists have been placed throughout HIA.

Artworks curated by Qatar Museums' Public Art Department can be seen in different parts of HIA, encouraging dialogue and public interaction while adding character and personality to the airport’s open spaces.

The works of art include ‘Other Worlds’ by American artist Tom Otterness; ‘Small Lie’ by American artist KAWS; ‘Cosmos’ by French artist Jean-Michel Othoniel; ‘A Message of Peace to the World’ by Iraqi artist Ahmed Al Bahrani; and ‘Lamp Bear’ by Swiss artist Urs Fischer are just a few of the permanent installations at HIA that inspire passengers to communicate in the universal language of art, transcending linguistic barriers and forming connections between people from different continents while turning travel into an exciting art experience.

Tour details

The 'Discover the Art of the Airport' hour-long guided tour at HIA costs USD 10 per person. Guests will learn about the story of each artwork while being escorted by a Discover Qatar expert guide.

It is recommended that participants have at least two hours of transit time at the airport and arrive at the Discover Qatar desk 30 minutes before their scheduled tour.

For more information and to book the tour, please visit:

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