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Msheireb Museums are an integral aspect of the inner city's regeneration of the old commercial centre in Doha with its traditional community-based lifestyle. The restoration of the four heritage houses, Bin Jelmood House, Company House, Mohammed Bin...more
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The whole complex brings an interesting oportunity to learn about Qatar's history heritage but what I liked the most was Bin Jelmoud House where you get to see how the country dealed with slavery at the time.
A lot of money has been thrown into these museums, but in the end it was not successful.
Signage to and around the museums is virtually non-existent. Inside money has been spent on many video displays which don't provide much information. Displayed objects and the...More
Most impressive is the exposition on the history of slavery, presented with modern media techniques and with personal stories.
Do not forget the annexed Alfai Restaurant which has exceeded our expectations. It opened in april 2018 and is definitely going to become one of the...More
It is not necessary to visit the 4 houses in order but I would strongly recommend visiting them all. It is a very interesting museum giving some insight on the history and way of life of Qatari people.
To whose that like the history, specially the history of Qatar, is a worth visit. The four (4) museums show the past and present of the country. I liked Bin Jelmoud House (slavery), Company House (oil industry) and Mohammed bin Jassim House (past and present...More
Msheireb Museums celebrate the history of four historic heritage houses in the heart of Msheireb Downtown Doha.
just Located within the oldest part of the capital, they form an important part of Qatar’s national history.
what a beautiful place that should not missed out,...More
The biggest problem with this museum is the layout of the 4 buildings doesn’t make sense! We didn’t manage to find the 4th building which is a shame as no doubt it would’ve been informative like the other 3.
Our favourite was the evolution of...More
These are actually a collection of museums, each focusing on different aspects of Qatar's history, culture and development. Mshiereb is the worlds' largest LEED gold development - over 100 buildings, on the street footprint of the original city, and rebuilt to the highest modern standards....More