Qatar Museums (QM) has announced that entry to all museums, with the exception of National Museum of Qatar and the Museum of Islamic Art, will be available free of charge to Hayya card holders, effective from Sunday until the end of the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022. Hayya Card holders will have access to Qatar’s world-class portfolio of galleries and museums, including 3-2-1 Qatar Olympic & Sports Museum, Mathaf: Arab Museum of Modern Art, M7, and Qatar Museums Gallery – Al Riwaq.
Visitors with a Hayya Card can also enjoy free admission to a number of ongoing exhibitions, such as World of Football (3-2-1), Taysir Batniji: No Condition is Permanent (Mathaf), Lusail Museum: Tales of a Connected World (Al Riwaq), Art Mill Museum 2030 (Qatar Flour Mills Warehouse), and Labour of Love: Embroidering Palestinian History (Qatar Museums Gallery – Katara), most of which are now open seven days a week.
In addition to this, QM has decided to extend opening hours until 10pm for most sites (excluding Al Zubarah, Dadu Gardens and Art Mill Museum 2030), and prospective visitors will be able to book an 8pm-9pm time slot. This change comes into effect from Sunday and continue until Dec 20.
One can find here more information regarding Qatar Museums during the World Cup period and beyond, as well as more detailed visitor guidelines.