The Qatari National Museum is unlike any other tourist attraction. For history buffs, this architectural marvel designed by French architect Jean Nouvel is heaven. The museum’s exterior is meant to represent both desert and modernity, and its interior divides Qatar’s history into three parts: the beginnings, the present, and the modern era.
There are eleven galleries with historic, rare, and artistic exhibits, including archaeological artifacts. This museum’s goal is to honor Qatar’s past and present as well as its prospects. The museum offers international visitors a dialogue about the country’s rapid change and modernization in addition to its extraordinary structure.