Qatar Museums and Maison Valentino have collaborated to present the ongoing Forever Valentino exhibition at Msheirb’s M7 Museum. This exhibit gives visitors a scenic look into the history of Maison Valentino and features more than 200 Haute Couture designs and ready-to-wear outfits. Forever Valentino continues until 1 April 2020. Visitors must book tickets before entry, which cost QR 100 for adults and are free for children under 16 and One Pass holders.
If you think Qatar’s sporty spirit had dampened after FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022, think again! Qatar National Sport Day will be back on 14 February 2023, so mark it on your calendars and be on the lookout for all the activities on schedule. It is also the perfect opportunity to head to your favourite outdoor spot for some movement and fresh air.
The Qatar-Total Energies playground is now open at the National Museum of Qatar park! This playground gives kids the space to play and learn about the different types of energy sources available in Qatar. It contains 15 interactive playing pods, each dedicated to an energy source, and several large crawl tunnels that mimic pipes and create pathways for children and their families to move around.
Lusail Winter Wonderland has opened its doors and will continue to provide winter-themed fun to families until 30 April 2023. Located on Al Maha Island, this entertainment hub offers over 50 rides, a delicious selection of seasonal foods and drinks, an ice-skating rink, and more. Visitors can purchase their entry wristbands online, and prices start at QR 65 for adults and QR 45 for children ages two to 12. Children under two can enter for free. For more details on schedules, tickets, and pricing, visit the link below.