The Museum of Islamic Art, an iconic building in the Doha waterfront, houses a very large collection of masterpieces of Islamic art, including ceramics, coins, jewelries, glass, manuscripts, metalwork, woodwork and textiles. It was said to be the one of the world’s most
complete collections of Islamic artifacts, with items originating from Spain, Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Turkey, India and Central Asia.
The Museum has a high-class restaurant on its Ground Floor, offering a dining experience of French Mediterranean cuisine with an Arabic twist.
Adjacent to the Museum is the MIA Park, where you can stroll or jog around, picnic with family and friends, or just relax with the spectacular beauty of Doha skyline especially during sunrise, sunset or at night.
The MIA Park also has a Park Café, bicycle for hire for adults and children, children’s playground and paddle boats.
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