First built in the 1920s, this house is located between Al-Jasrah and Msheireb, two of Doha’s oldest quarters. The restored house presents traditional Qatari family life and gathers, preserves and shares memories of Qatar.
Radwani House provides visitors an insight into how family life evolved in Qatar over the years. The house showcases not only the manner in which it changed over time, but also how domestic family life was transformed in Doha.
Witness the changes brought about to family life by the discovery of oil and the arrival of electricity. Learn how families were closely connected and how they spent their daily lives before the advent of modern day conveniences.
Excavation works carried out by archaeologists at Radwani House constituted the very first archaeological digs in the centre of the city. These excavations have produced a number of important finds which provide some clues to the daily life during those times.