Where are children allowed to go?

Yorkshire Pudding UK
By Yorkshire Pudding UK

Hello all. 

Can anyone tell me where children under 12 are allowed to go at the moment. I know they can go to parks and beachs but is there anywhere else like museums or restaurants?

Thank you

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By Jorge_Granda• 3 months 2 weeks ago.
Jorge_Granda

It would all depend on where you want to go. If you can be more specific we may be able to help you. However, my recommendation is that before you go anywhere call beforehand and make sure the place you are going to accepts kids. Also depending on age, some places are accepting kids from 12 years old and older.

By Shafna Zaquie• 3 months 2 weeks ago.
Shafna Zaquie

If you are looking forward to visiting museums check out the list of museums in this link.

https://www.qatarliving.com/forum/family-life-qatar/posts/five-must-visit-museums-qatar

Most of the restaurants are not allowed to dine in. Some restaurants are open in pre-booking. You can directly contact the restaurants you want to visit and confirm.

By goodlittleboy• 3 months 3 weeks ago.
goodlittleboy

Molten: Your "philosophical" advice is as usual not just hilarious but also raises a question. What if the papa lives with them, which I very much believe he does?

By Molten Metal• 3 months 3 weeks ago.
Molten Metal

York, We should leave the kids with their papa and do the pending works at the super markets .... etc .... etc ......... yes ......... so they are allowed to go to their papas ............

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