WATCH:Quest, Qatar’s largest indoor theme park to open July 1

WATCH:Quest, Qatar’s largest indoor theme park to open July 1

Qatar Living
By Qatar Living

Quest, the country's highly anticipated largest indoor theme park will soon open its doors to the public on July 1, 2021.

Advance booking has been recommended and no walk-ins will be allowed in order to adhere to the COVID-19 capacity restrictions.

Operated by MR Profun, Quest is a 27,500 sqm. novel indoor entertainment destination which caters to an audience of all ages and is located at Doha Oasis, Msherieb. 

One can enjoy over 30 rides and attractions, featuring a mix of adrenaline-heavy thrill rides, media-controlled simulators, virtual reality experiences, miniature thrill rides for the younger guests, and family-friendly attractions, all offering an experience unlike any other in Doha.

Quest is a thoroughly themed, story-based concept that revolves around the notion of time; the park is divided into three time dimensions, allowing its guests to explore the past, play in the present, imagine the future.

It features Oryxville, a portrayal of an ancient Arabian past, City of Imagination, a reflection of a wondrous present, and Gravity, a gateway to a futuristic space age.

Best of all, adrenaline-seekers will be thrilled to know that Quest is home to spectacular world-class rides.

More specifically, it features the world’s tallest indoor roller coaster, the EpiQ Coaster, and the world’s tallest indoor drop and shot tower, the Magma Blast.

Among Quest’s signature rides is the state-of-the-art flying theater (the Wings of Destiny), a high-thrill swinging pendulum (the Gravity Swing), a rider-controlled unicoaster (the Time Tumbler) and so much more.

Guests will undoubtedly enjoy a full-fledged and immersive theme park experience filled with wonder and magic, delicious dining outlets, including world-famous restaurant Planet Hollywood, and iconic ‘Time Quest’ retail store.

Quest will be open daily from 2 pm till 6 pm starting this July 1, 2021. Adults aged 13 and above can purchase a ticket for QAR 200, whereas a junior ticket can be purchased for QAR 125 for people aged 4 to 12.

Children under the age of 4 can enter Quest free of charge! When purchasing a ticket, you get full and unlimited access to all 30 rides and attractions. However, certain minor attractions will not be available yet.

Please note that walk-ins are not allowed due to COVID-19 restrictions and limited capacity. Consequently, you will also be required to book your tickets in advance.

You will soon be able to find out more about Doha Quest by visiting Dohaquest.com 

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