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Explore North Sedra Farm

North Sedra Farm has gained a wide reputation among the local and Arabian Gulf communities and has become a enchanting destination for families and tourists.


North Sedra Farm

The farm takes pride in preserving the cultural heritage of the country. Through the Qatari museum, different local trees, and various activities, visitors get a unique chance to experience the local culture in one place. The farm has a mini zoo with various animals, including Arabian Oryx, zebra, ostrich, lama, and camels.

Visitors can feed the animals, interact with them, and ride the pony horse. A one-of-a-kind museum named " Qatar Through History" is presented in a walk-through where people can see how old Qatari houses were structured and what equipment was used back then. Moreover, the farm has different types of games for the children, such as boat riding, bumper cars, and mini trains. Furthermore, North Sedra has started collaborations with various restaurants and cafes to provide visitors with a vast collection of food bites. The largest restaurant is operated by a Qatari lady that specializes in serving authentic traditional local dishes.

The farm is the first agritourism destination in Qatar. Visitors can pick their own fruits and vegetables from the trees; strawberries, green bell pepper, chilis, cucumbers, lettuce, tomatoes, cherry tomatoes, eggplants, and Sedra tree fruit (Kinar). The farm also sells top-quality Sedra honey produced from in-house. Due to weather limitations, the farm only operates in the winter season, from October to April. North Sedra is located north of Qatar in the Alghashamiyah area (40-50 minutes drive from Doha). 

The entry price is 20 QAR per person; children below two years of age do not pay an entrance fee.

Highlights of your visit

  • Fruits & vegetables selection

  • Family-friendly activities

  • Local honey

  • Zoo

  • Culinary delights

Farm's FAQs:

North Sedra Farm opens on October 28

  • Weekends only (Fridays and Saturdays from 12:30 pm-8 pm) starting on Friday 28th of October, 2022.
  • Every day from 12:30 pm - 8 pm starting from the 11th of November, 2022, until the 24th of December, 2022.
  • Weekends only (Fridays and Saturdays from 12:30-8 pm) starting on Friday, 30th of December, 2022, until the 8th of April, 2023.
  • The farm's greenhouses can open to accommodate group visits from 12:30 pm onwards (for vegetables and fruits picking). Currently, there are 16 greenhouses with different fruits and vegetables.
  • The farm has various types of animals, including camels, peacocks, Arabian oryx, African oryx, goitered gazelle, deer, goats, dwarf goats, donkey, cows, emu ostrich, zebra, varieties of sheep, Awassi sheep, Patagonian mara, tortoise, turtles, pigeons, varieties of chicken, cats ( a new "Cat Cafe and Sanctuary" will soon open), horses, pony horses, rabbits (a new "rabbit garden" will soon open), varieties of sparrows, ducks, turkey, llamas, and fishes. 

A- Animals feeding activity: 

  • Goats by milk bottles 
  • Pigeons by seeds 
  • Cats (as we are opening a new "Cat Cafe and Sanctuary") 
  • Rabbits (as we are opening Rabbits garden) 
  • Dwarf goats garden
  • Buy a stack of grass to feed some of the following animals of your choice: Camels, Arabian Oryx, African oryx, Goitered gazelle, Deer, goats, dwarf goats, donkey, zebra, varieties of sheep, Awassi Sheep, tortoise, horses, pony horses, llamas. 

B- Children's games and rides

Bumper cars, pony rides, boat rides, mini trains

C- Free access (inclusive of the entrance fee) to the following:

  • Windows corridor (rare vintage collectables & mini zoo)
  • Qatar through history walk-through museum
  • Farms greenery
  • Classic cars showroom
  • Traditional tent with transportation
  • FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™ matches to enjoy at the farm (only during the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™)

The farm has various restaurants:

  • Peacock restaurant: serving Qatari Chicken biryani, chicken curry with white rice, machboos, harees, thareed, margoog, madroubah, french fries, and chicken nuggets and more.
  • Traditional tent snacks: includes traditional chickpeas, beans, samosas, Karak tea, and black tea.
  • Papa Chapatea: serving Indian food, mainly Chapatea wraps with different fillings and Karak tea.
  • Alsham Palace restaurant: serving Lebanese grills and Arabic mezze
  • ATMA Restaurant: serving beef and chicken shawarma sandwiches, grape leaves (dolmeh), and kibbeh.
  • Small cafeteria: serving curly potatoes, sweet corn, juices, and mojitos.
  • Coffeeshop: serving cakes and speciality coffee.
  • Pineapple stall: serving fresh pineapple and watermelon juices.
  • Magic Unicorn: serving mainly kids' meals like french fries and chicken nuggets.
  • Karak and Rigag station: serving Karak tea, black tea, and traditional rigag bread with a choice of filling like eggs, cheese, Nutella and more.
  • Gahwat Emsayan (Qatari Afternoon tea): serving a package of traditional authentic Qatari snacks and sweets (including Asida, balaleet, samosa, khabees, luqaimat) with traditional drinks (Arabic coffee, Karak tea, black tea). 

There are different seasons for each crop:

  • Cucumbers: will be available from the opening on the 21st of October until the end of the season ( four greenhouses)
  • Lettuce: will be available from the opening on the 21st of October until the end of the season (one greenhouse)
  • Green bell pepper: will be available from the 15th of November until the end of the season (three greenhouses)
  • Strawberries: will be available from the 15th of November until the end of the season (four greenhouses)
  • Cherry tomatoes: will be available from the 1st of January until the end of the season (two greenhouses)
  • Tomatoes: will be available from the 15th of January until the end of the season (two greenhouses)

Useful information


Ghashamiyya، Al Shamal Rd, Shamal

Opening times

Friday & Saturday: 12:30 pm - 8 pm

Explore North Sedra Farm