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“go to Msheireb museums and see the real deal!”

Msheireb Enrichment Centre
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Half-Day Private Msheireb Museums and Souk Waqif...
Ranked #46 of 111 things to do in Doha
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Recommended length of visit: 1-2 hours
Owner description: Open from Sunday to Thursday, 9am to 5pm. Msheireb Enrichment Centre is a landmark destination created by Msheireb Properties to serve as an educational portal to showcase Qatar's glorious past and soaring ambitions for the future.The Centre is currently docked at the picturesque Doha Corniche, in close proximity to one of the city's oldest landmarks, the Sheraton Hotel. Msheireb Enrichment Centre outlines Qatar's glorious past, present and ambitious plans for the future while housing some of Qatar's historic artifacts, antique work tools and a treasure trove of information on Qatar's extraordinary growth. Qatar's distinct architecture and rich heritage is narrated at the Msheireb Enrichment Centre through the use of striking imagery, reclaimed implements, architectural highlights and interactive mediums that highlight the human element that truly embodies Qatar's rich heritage.See Qatar's ambitious plans for the future and how the country aims to be at the forefront of innovation,excellence and sustainability.
Reviewed 5 November 2016

This stationary barge serves as a 'marketing teaser' for Msheireb. Now that the Msheireb Museums are open to the public, I think it's rather redundant.

That said, it's great if you want a quick cultural fix while in Doha's business district and only have 30 minutes to spare. The displays are generally informative and well presented and the view on the gulf is a definite plus.

1  Thank Yosra K
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Reviewed 22 September 2016 via mobile

Extremely friendly and knowledgeable staff who made us feel very welcomed and took the time to show us around. It's free entry with Arabic coffee and water on arrival. Would recommend to anyone...

1  Thank ksj99
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Reviewed 24 August 2016

The Mshreib museums were all fascinating. We spent several hours there and enjoyed all of them. All were very well presented and very informative.

Thank Waitarere
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Reviewed 12 August 2016 via mobile

I am really impressed of what i have seen and observed there... Finally it is something really amazing in middle of doha that we all should be proud of. Well done guys

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Reviewed 22 May 2016

If you have a spare half an hour in Doha and are near the Corniche at West Bay, the Msheireb Enrichment Centre is worth a look.

The centre is setup to showcase the developments of the Msheireb Properties group, but it also provides some interesting displays on Doha's past whilst also including a glimpse of what Doha will look like in the future.

There are old photographs and time lapse videos showing how Doha has evolved over the years. Qatar appears to be among the pioneers of land reclamation, with most of the modern Doha foreshore, West Bay, The Pearl and the new airport built upon land that wasn't there in the early 50's.

you can also view a large diorama showing some of the current and future building projects.

There isn't a lot to see and as such you only need about 30 minutes, but it is still worth a look.

Thank Brett M
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Msheireb, Manager at Msheireb Enrichment Centre, responded to this reviewResponded 14 June 2016

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