3-2-1 Qatar Olympic and Sports Museum
Make National Sport Day worthwhile with healthy options and wholesome activities at the 3-2-1 Qatar Olympic and Sports Museum (QOSM).
Catch the “World of Football” Exhibition and relive the FIFA World Cup moments from the first FIFA World Cup matches in Uruguay in 1930 to the momentous final at Lusail Stadium on 18 December 2022. The exhibition is supported by FIFA Museum, Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy, National Football Museum (UK), Musée National du Sport (France), and Qatar Football Association.
Explore the galleries that reveal the cultural impact of sports through multiple perspectives: the history and contemporary significance of the Olympic Games, the inspiring journeys of global sports heroes, and the development of sports in Qatar. Interactive experiences in the Activation Zone promote healthy and active lifestyles.
Museum visitors can find tokens and souvenirs from the Gift Shop which features exclusive sports-inspired gifts for all ages, designed to promote a healthy and active lifestyle as well as gift items inspired by the exhibition and galleries. These gift items can also be found at https://inq-online.com/
3-2-1 QOSM also offers diners who seek the ultimate fusion of the healthy and the gourmet through its restaurant Naua, which is located on the 8th floor. Created by Michelin-starred Chef Tom Aikens and operated by the JW Marriott Marquis City Center Doha, Naua’s menu offers refined dishes made from high-quality, seasonal ingredients for the health-conscious.
Meanwhile, conveniently located on the 3rd floor is 3-2-1 Cafe, another creation of Tom Aikens, which puts a focus on nutritious food and drink options. It boasts healthy and delicious menu choices that complement an active lifestyle and an extensive on-the-go menu catering to families with its children’s menu.
3-2-1 QOSM will be open from 1:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday, 14 February 2023.
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