Comprising of four separate heritage houses, Msheireb Museums are situated in the heart of Downtown Doha – the oldest part of the city. Each ‘house’ offers the public an insight into a different aspect of the country’s rich history. Mohammed bin Jassim House displays the transformations the country has undergone, whilst also looking towards a sustainable future. Company House, meanwhile, is set within the former headquarters of Qatar’s first oil company, and tells the story of the industry workers who helped transform the country into the modern metropolis it is today. Bin Jelmood House tackles the complicated issue of human exploitation, aiming to raise awareness and encourage individuals to take a stand against modern-day slavery. Finally, Radwani House offers an insight into the evolution of family life within Qatar, showcasing the ways in which society was transformed with the discovery of oil and the arrival of electricity – both of which were catalysts for the country’s rapid modernisation.