Eid al-Adha celebrations in Qatar provided a lively and immersive blend of cultural and family-friendly entertainment, as well as exciting activities that attracted a large number of residents and visitors.

Msheireb Downtown Doha (MDD) has been a hub of festive cheer, attracting huge crowds with its various offerings. From June 16 to 22, the Msheireb Galleria has transformed into an entertainment haven, hosting a treasure hunt for kids, engaging live performances, interactive photo booths, and the immersive “Atlantis - The Immersive Odyssey” experience.

Katara, the Cultural Village has also been a crowd-puller venue for residents and visitors, particularly from neighbouring GCC countries. One of the highlights was the enchanting “Garden of Dreams” play, accompanied by fascinating theatrical performances, drawing inspiration from Asian and African cultural heritage.

Children enjoyed artistic workshops and live drawing activities, while the fireworks display each night throughout the holidays illuminated the sky, adding a touch of charm to the celebrations.

Al Shaqab, the renowned equestrian centre, is set to conclude its three-day Eid celebrations today (June 20), offering a diverse mix of family-oriented activities. Visitors can still enjoy horseback riding, archery, the opportunity to interact with purebred Arabian horses, and engage in workshops and arts and crafts sessions.

The Old Doha Port embraced its maritime heritage with performances by a traditional maritime band, showcasing Qatar’s rich cultural heritage. Open days for kayaking and stand-up paddle boarding provided water enthusiasts with the chance to enjoy the port's waters. The Mina District also featured carnival game booths for children.

Dadu: Children’s Museum of Qatar, located at the National Museum of Qatar, hosted a series of free activities for the Eid holidays. Children engaged in crafting Glowing Eid Cards, participated in a Sheep Obstacle Race, and explored the rituals linked to the Ka'aba through open-play activities.

Major malls across Doha witnessed a surge in visitors, drawn to a variety of entertainment options, including arts and crafts, henna, face painting, mascots, and exciting contests, among others.

Sheikh Faisal Bin Qassim al-Thani Museum is also scheduled to conclude its Eid festivity today (June 20) featuring a guided tour highlighting spirituality and history, a treasure hunt, and a calligraphy workshop for children.

Qatar National Convention Centre (QNCC) hosted a series of musical performances, including Visit Qatar’s “Zikra Remains”, a musical tribute to the iconic Arab singer Thikra. Live performances by artists Asma Lmnawar and Oumaima Taleb, along with “Lailat El Zaman El Jameel,” featuring Mai Farouk and Riham AbdelHakim, filled the evenings with enchanting and captivating melodies.

InflataCity, the indoor playground at QNCC, continues to be a popular attraction. With its 30,000sqm space, it offers a range of activities, from interactive carnival games to inflatable obstacle courses, until July 13.
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