The Heritage Garden, located within the Museum Park, consists of a selection of native Qatari plants, including:
- Blepharis ciliaris
- Plantago amplexicaulis
- Heliotropium curravicum
- Rumex vesicarius
- Hammada elegans
- Aerva javanica
- Cymbopogon commutatus
- Senna italica
Cave of Wonders
In certain places in Qatar, the ground suddenly drops away into a deep cave called a sinkhole or dahl.
Children can explore a realistic representation of an underground rocky cave or simply wander freely, discovering places to climb, crawl and hide and encountering strange glowing rocks, carvings, artefacts hidden in the sand, bats hanging from the ceiling and a giant gecko climbing up the wall.
Nakilat Adventure Ship
The Nakilat Adventure Ship playground is constructed to look like the wreck of a traditional Qatari boat.
During their exploration, children can learn about sailing, pearling, fishing and trading. Through stories and songs, cargo and treasure, and through interactive play opportunities, children absorb Qatari history and culture.
Qatar TotalEnergies Playground
Please note: Qatar TotalEnergies Playground is closed during the summer.
TotalEnergies is proud to partner with the National Museum of Qatar on the Qatar TotalEnergies Playground, which provides a unique experience for families to explore and discover the country's rich energy history and future.