5. From Katara, drive to the Lusail Multi-Purpose Hall to see The Challenge 2015, a series of awe-inspiring bronze hand sculptures by Iraqi sculptor Ahmed El Bahrani.
6. Next up, Aspire Park. Home to Perceval, a life-sized bronze horse by Sara Lucas, her only known public art piece, at Aspire you can explore the grounds or pop in to the many malls and attractions within Aspire Zone.
7. Education City, housing multiple universities, galleries and research facilities, follows. Take in The Miraculous Journey, a monumental 14-piece series representing the development of a foetus. Seeroo fi al Ardh, M.F. Husain’s final– and arguably most unique– project, highlights the progress of humanity. If you’d like to see a little more art, stop by the Mathaf, an expansive gallery with modern Arab art. Cross the street to the Qatar National Convention Center, where Maman by Louise Bourgeois, a giant spider made from marble, bronze and stainless-steel lives.
8. Last on our list is East-West/ West-East, the most expansive installation, located amidst the Ras Abrouq rock formations outside Zekreet, north of Doha. Created by Richard Serra, this breathtaking sculpture comprises of four steel plates, each over 14-meters tall. For the most dramatic views, time your visit for sunrise or sunset.