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A very beautiful modern mosque in the Capital City of UAE. A free tour is well worth taking to get any questions answered about the Mosque. The only change from previous visits was the checkin process has become much more cumbersome with tickets required and...More
One of the most beautiful and expensively built structures I’ve been to. Toured the place in the morning (I would love to visit at night to see the effect of artificial lighting). The Mosque is open to tourist from Saturday to Thursdays.
Can’t describe how beautiful is this mosque,everything is impressive one of the best things that u can visit in UAE. It took my breath away when I saw it. There’s lots of visitors and there a reason why. I recommend everyone not to miss a...More
A must see in Abu Dhabi! Please note that there is a long walk underground (a mile of more) before you get to the Mosque (perhaps unless you have booked a tour). Be prepared to take a lot of pictures. Ladies wear long loose clothing...More
A must place to visit for tourists. The architecture, art and the scale of the mosque is astounding.
Make sure you take a free guided tour that will take you inside the main chamber so that you can get a closeup view of the amazing...More
The biggest Mosque I've seen! I went there with other 5 people. It was a day trip from Dubai. Free entrance. If you don't wear the appropriate clothes, don't worry. They will give you there. You have to visit!
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Yes, non Muslim tourists can visit the Mosque. Only time not allowed are during weekly services and holidays. Women are required to have arms covered to wrist, long loose pants or skirt covering to ankles and full head... More
Yes, non Muslim tourists can visit the Mosque. Only time not allowed are during weekly services and holidays. Women are required to have arms covered to wrist, long loose pants or skirt covering to ankles and full head cover. If you do not have proper clothes, they will provide a full one-piece covering. All visitors are also required to remove their shoes to visit the Mosque.
We highly recommend arriving to participate in a guided tour. The guides are excellent and the experience is more complete that just borrowing a headset. You are also escorted through the interior which other visitors are not. The tour is free and you can ask all your questions. This was one of the highlights of our trip to the Middle east and I highly recommend the visit and the important of being respectful during your time there.