Made in Germany – German Highlights

The new temporary exhibition Made in Germany – German Highlights of the FBQ Museum’s car collection is part of the Qatar Germany 2017 Year of Culture. For the first time Sheikh Faisal Bin Qassim Al Thani Museum is opening the doors to a new space at Sheikh Faisal Bin Qassim Al Thani Museum that will be part of the new Car Museum.

As a reflection of the eclectic collection of FBQ Museum, objects made in Germany and used in Qatar, from pearls diving and mining, to household items, arms and radios were selected to accompany the car display and will underline the parallel developments in Qatar and Germany.

The exhibition will welcome visitors from October 2nd until January 2018.

CAR MUSEUM

Spanning over a century, the breath-taking car collection consists of more than six hundred cars. All the vehicles are in working condition and are frequently loaned for motor shows and display alike. From trucks to convertibles, steam cars to limousines, we have them all!

Spanning over a century, the breath-taking car collection consists of more than six hundred cars. All the vehicles are in working condition and are frequently loaned for motor shows and display alike. From trucks to convertibles, steam cars to limousines, we have them all!

Spanning over a century, the breath-taking car collection consists of more than six hundred cars. All the vehicles are in working condition and are frequently loaned for motor shows and display alike. From trucks to convertibles, steam cars to limousines, we have them all!

Spanning over a century, the breath-taking car collection consists of more than six hundred cars. All the vehicles are in working condition and are frequently loaned for motor shows and display alike. From trucks to convertibles, steam cars to limousines, we have them all!

This museum will soon be officially open to public.


18th Century Ceramic Bowl

Practical and decorative, this ceramic plate belongs to 18th Century Kashmir. It features Quranic inscriptions from Surah Al Baqarah in the centre and the words Allah and Mohammad around the circumference.