The Sheikh Faisal Museum is a fascinating collection of over 15,000 unique items showcasing Qatari heritage and culture. The museum features displays of antique cars, historical artifacts, and traditional Qatari clothing. Visitors can also peruse an impressive collection of weaponry, ceramics, and artwork worldwide.It is a must-visit destination for anyone interested in Qatar's rich history and traditions. The FBQ Museum is divided into several sections. Noteworthy rooms include the Quran room, with a large number of Qurans, as well as a kiswah, the cloth which covers the Ka'aba, Islam's holiest site. Over 700 carpets showcase weaves, dyes, and patterns worldwide, while a car museum contains more than 600 antique vehicles with everything from steam cars to trucks and convertibles. A clothing hall displays clothing and accessories from different parts of the region, and antique furniture and musical instruments complement the collection while the walls groan with art and photographs. Sheikh Faisal bin Qassim is an important player in Qatar, promoting the heritage and culture of the country. The FBQ museum traces Qatar's people's history and its impact on its society. Sheikh Faisal is a hugely successful businessman with variegated holdings around the world. As the museum attests, he is an avid antique collector. The objects that form the FBQ Museum have been amassed during his travels worldwide. The museum is open to the public for free and offers guided tours for those interested in learning more about the collection.