Things to do in Qatar this week

Christina Jaber


Things to do in Qatar this week

Widely popular for its watersports, art and culture, Qatar never fails to impress its residents and visitors, as you will find numerous of activities including the finest sports to do every day during your stay in the country.

So here are some activities you’ll enjoy and learn from to do in Qatar during this week.


A Falcon’s Eye – Tribute to Sheikh Saoud Al Thani

A Falcon’s Eye pays tribute to Sheikh Saoud Al Thani, one of Qatar's greatest collectors who was largely responsible for laying the foundation for Qatar Museum’s world-class collections. The exhibition showcases more than 300 artworks from prehistoric fossils and antiquities to Orientalist paintings and photography displays. It’s happening at the Museum of Islamic Art from 9 am until 7 pm.

For more details, you can head to the following website:



DFI Drive-in Cinema

From Disney classics to contemporary family favorites, there is something for all ages at the DFI for a wonderful winter of screenings at the DFI Drive-in in Lusail. The event is on from the 21st of Jan until the 4thof April from 6:30 until 9 pm at Ajyal Drive-In Cinema. All the details at the link below.



Sealine Padel Tournament

Still on and will last until the 22nd of January, from 3 pm until 11 pm in Saddle In, Sealine. You’ll enjoy paddling at the only and first indoor Padel club in Qatar. It allows you to play under different weather conditions whether you’re a beginner or a professional. It offers a full fitness and entertainment experience for adults and children

You can have all the details on this link.



“Twenty One” Exhibition by Katara

If you’re an art lover, you’ll love this one for sure. The "Twenty One" exhibition at Katara, Building 19 will feature 21 artists and will be on until the end of January, from 10 am until 10 pm.

You can have all the details at the link below.



The International Handicrafts and Traditional Productions Cultural Market

If you are an enthusiast of heritage & handicrafts, check out the first edition of the International Handicrafts & Traditional Productions Cultural Market. It’s held at Building 48 Square until the 4thof March 2021 from 4 pm until 10 pm and guess what? No tickets needed.