Things To Do This Weekend In Qatar (July 11-13, 2024)

(MENAFN- The Peninsula) Anisha Bijukumar | The Peninsula

Doha, Qatar: There are quite a few indoor activities and workshops happening in and around Doha this weekend. Also this is the last weekend before indoor adventure at InflataCity winds up.

Before you head out, here is a note of caution; the weather department has warned that the heatwave this Friday will be severe. So be sun smart and stay indoors during day time. When heading out wear sun screen and light coloured clothes and stay hydrated. Happy weekend!

golf at Qatar Olympic and Sports Museum

Until July 11, 2024
5pm to 6pm
Qatar Olympic and Sports Museum Activation Zone

3-2-1 Qatar Olympic and Sports Museums is inviting visitors to visit the museum for a session of golf that promises to boost their skills. In an indoor setting and in the company of a professional coach, visitors can learn more about this sport while also discovering the perfect blend of physical activity and mental relaxation.

Inflata City

Until July 13, 2024
1pm to 10:30pm
Qatar National Convention Center

Supported by Visit Qatar and organised by Events, Entertainment, and Enterprises (E3), Inflata City is the arguably the world's largest inflatable indoor event. It has drawn-in thousands of visitors since its start on June 18 thanks to its inflatable playgrounds, a carnival, and its unparalleled mix of entertainment and dining options. Hurry up and enjoy the remaining days. Tickets available here .

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Discovery of black gold in Qatar

On July 13 and 27
1pm to 2pm (English) and 3pm to 4pm (Arabic)
National Museum of Qatar

National Museum of Qatar is organising a guided tour in English and Arabic to help visitors aged 16 and above learn about Qatar's historical legacy. It talks about the turning point in history when oil was discovered and the unprecedented development between 1970s and 2000s. Register here

Family Day Wood

July 13, 2024
3pm to 5pm
Museum of Islamic Art Atrium

A free wokshop for families will be held at Museum of Islamic Art this weekend where adults and children can learn more about the fascinating uses and types of wood through the museum's collection. To secure your spot, register by emailing [email protected]

Lego Printmaking

July 13, 2024
4pm to 6pm
Msheireb Museums
QR 30 per person

Children between the age of 8 and 12 years can attend this workshop at Mohammed Bin Jassim House. There are workshops scheduled for every weekend. Tickets can be booked through Q-tickets .

Beyond the Frame: Youth Animation Workshop

July 11 and 13
3pm – 5pm
Mathaf: Arab Museum of Modern Art

The workshop provides a hands-on introduction to the techniques involved in creating stop motion animated films. Participants will engage in theoretical discussions, practical exercises, and screenings of short stop-motion animated films to gain a deeper appreciation of storytelling and animation. To register, contact: [email protected] .


Until August 17, 2024
Saturday – Thursday: 9am to 7pm; Friday: 1:30pm to 7pm
Gallery 3, Fire Station

Enter an immersive art installation by Dr. AlKhuzama AlHarami and Guillaume Rouseré that brings together sight and sound as it delves into the interaction between nature and modern society as video projects showing desert landscapes and calligraphy are coupled with immersive soundscapes of desert field recordings and other evocative sounds. More information here .

Mohamed Melehi: A Giant of Postcolonial Art in Morocco

Until December 31, 2024
Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Saturday: 9am to 7pm; Thursday: 9am to 9pm; Friday: 1:30pm to 7pm
Mathaf: Arab Museum of Modern Art

Enter the beautiful artistic mind of Mohamed Melehi, a giant of Arab visual art that drew attention to the differences in the dynamic views of a Western artist and those of an Arab artist. The artist's seminal work titled“Blue Moon,” inspired by the landscape of his birth town of Asilah, Moroccan coast, is currently on display in the permanent collection galleries at Mathaf. More information here .


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