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My wife and I enjoyed our visit to the grand mosque and based on our experience visiting the Grand Mosque Abu Dhabi (which by the way is a 5 star visit), we were both properly dressed and covered. Access is free, parking is free but...More
Tourists are accepted from 8 am to 11 am. You can buy clothes for men and women there, but quite expensive. So better prepare in advance and wear: women-long sleeve top and feet-length skirt, men: short sleeve was acceptable, long trousers, not shorts.
You can only enter through the visitors entrance at one end of the complex. Times are strict - only really in the morning and each day except Friday. It is well worth going as the grounds are beautifully manicured and kept; and, the mosque is...More
The Mosque is truly great.
You can wander around as well if you want photos from further away.
If you just walk through and don't tke many photos, 20-30min should be fine but if you want photos etc, a minimum of 45min should do it....More
The architecture the culture the holiness you name it it has all
The friendly staff who guide you at all levels and the grandeur all put together makes your experience a memorandum everlasting
Must see place in Oman, don't miss the chance to visit this...More
We were there on a Friday morning but the mosque was closed to visitors. Had a high hope of visiting that beautiful mosque but left disappointed. We could see a beautiful garden inside the mosque when we peeped through the gates.
t is a shame...More
I think as long as knees and shoulders are covered, so long shorts or trousers and no strappy tops you should be fine. I wore jeans and a tshirt when visiting but I shouldn’t worry about being too warm as the mosque is quite... More
I think as long as knees and shoulders are covered, so long shorts or trousers and no strappy tops you should be fine. I wore jeans and a tshirt when visiting but I shouldn’t worry about being too warm as the mosque is quite cool and there’s plenty of shaded areas around the grounds too.