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Sheikh Zayed Mosque

Sheikh Rashid Bin Saeed Street, 5th St, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
+971 2 419 1919
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Sheikh Rashid Bin Saeed Street, 5th St, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
+971 2 419 1919
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Reviewed today via mobile

Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque is a must see in Abu Dhabi. It is the most majestically grand thing I have ever seen. Be sure you dress appropriately for your visit. Check out the do’s and don’ts and enjoy the beauty of this magnificent mosque. From...More

Thank Kraea62
Reviewed today

The building itself, with all it's glory and the details is really impressing. The tour-guides are very informativ and they share it in a funny way and it's good and easy to follow.

Thank philpurey
Reviewed today

This magnificent work of art, with its Minarets and high domes was constructed by the late Sheikh Zayed as a cultural symbol of the Islamic world. Take a tour of this Grand Mosque with its vast architectural beauty if you are staying or visiting Abu...More

Thank JordiTorrasCatala
Reviewed today

Well worth a visit. Beautiful building and exquisite chandeliers. At every turn there is something to admire.

Thank soobee2017
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

If you are visiting Abu Dhabi then attending the mosque is an absolute must, I would recommend visiting in the late afternoon as the building is illuminated at night and it creates a stunning picture moment. Ladies - full cover ups are provided so don’t...More

Thank ChrisDaisy
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

I went to visit the mosque just before sunset... great time to explore as it's not hot anymore and it looks even more beautiful with sun going down.. later the whole place lit up. It was absolutely stunning. I highly recommend to visit. For females...More

Thank Spygle
Reviewed yesterday

Go at dusk - the lighting is picture perfect. Easy parking nearby - fast security line - beautiful architecture. Well worth a visit.

Thank oldfieldpark
Reviewed yesterday

The most breath taking mosque I've ever seen! Just took the "regular" tourist walk around. Came there on my own ( a taxi) and just entered- there is not really a need for guidance- just look, listen to the prayer and breath the beauty.

Thank Zivca
Reviewed yesterday

Amazing Mosque, the quality of craftsmanship is excellent, if you are coming to read salah go after Asr, as you can read maghrib Salah and see the mosque in Day light and in the dark, gets very busy so give yourself enough time. At security...More

Thank EAhmad73
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Worth a visit. Go before sunset so you see the mosque in daytime and lit up at night. Took a tour which was very informative. Very modern, some may even say a bit gaudi- bling. Personally, the Blue mosque in Istanbul is more of a...More

Thank Andrew402_13
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Ahmed M
12 November 2017|
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Response from | Reviewed this property |
It’s open from 9-9 if I recall...tripod..No...a guy in my group had one and they didn’t allow it...strict policies in certain areas
Viraj D
6 November 2017|
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Response from Karol_Paris | Reviewed this property |
Hi, To dissipate any confusion, there is no obligation to wear an abaya. I went with a group and we were all dressed in slacks and long sleeve jackets or sweaters, added a head covering (a simple long scarf will do) and... More
2 November 2017|
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Response from Peter C | Reviewed this property |
You can borrow an abaya, no problem. But if you simply wear more conservative clothing......long pants and long sleeves, you should be fine.