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Sheikh Rashid Bin Saeed Street, 5th St, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
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Reviewed today via mobile

Wow is the word that comes to mind when you see it both from afar and even more so close up. Then you notice how kind everyone is. Truly a magical place.

Thank Happy_on_the_road
Reviewed today via mobile

I have been to many religious buildings and I think this one is really the best of the best! It really is a gigantic work of art. Each of the hundreds of columns has inlaid colored stone. See photo. Otherwise, the building was too large...More

Thank Petercstephenson
Reviewed yesterday

The grand mosque in based on the outskirts of abu dhabi and generally people goes on this tour along with Ferrai World. It is beautiful crafted mosque with precious stones and chandelier put on the roof and the wall. Mirror like marble and you won't...More

Thank Suhail_Sidd
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

One of the most beautiful places I have seen. So magical. Free to enter. Be prepared to take off your shoes and wear a cover. So beautiful inside and out. It would probably be good to go with someone who knows the history, share the...More

Thank Andrea G
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

We visited the mosque as tourists and where hugely impressed! It’s so beautiful and we loved looking around! It’s a must do when visiting Abu Dhabi ☀️☀️🕌

Thank hazzasazza
Reviewed yesterday

If you find yourself in the United Arab Emirates then a visit to Abu Dhabi’s Grand Mosque – Sheikh Zayed is a must because it’s certainly the Grandest Mosque I’ve ever seen and to be honest it’s worth planning a trip to the UAE just...More

Thank _Oceangirl_Darina
Reviewed yesterday

Be sure ladies to have a long trouser, or they will offer a piece of fabric at the entrance, as well another pashmina to cover your head and shoulders, you will enjoy the view of this beautiful building

Thank Laura O
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Once you are in Abu Dhabi, this place shouldn't be missed. Very traditional place if you love tradition and culture. They offers you a local dress to wear at the entrance. Clean and nice place to make pictures. Unbelievable arts and decoration. Different advantages visiting...More

Thank XingSu
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

The highlight of our trip to Abu Dhabi. I definitely recommend doing the free guided tour which was very interesting and informative. Thanks to our great guide Abdullah. On the tour your guide takes you to parts of the mosque that other visitors aren’t allowed...More

Thank Fmerry66
Reviewed 2 days ago

A must visit for all religions, the only caveat is that one need to cover themselves to respect the religion,since it’s also a place of worship, it’s worth it

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18 July 2018|
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Response from DCB95 | Reviewed this property |
As Norm said above, its about 90 minutes from Dubai to Abu Dhabi. Traffic is rarely an issue in my experience so no need to account for that really. We spent about 2-3 hours at the mosque. In that time we did the free... More
14 July 2018|
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Response from Massa D | Reviewed this property |
It’s free for entrance. You need to bring your valid photo ID with you. If you are female, there is a dress code. Opening hours are 9:00-22:00 Saturday-Thursday and 16:30-22:00 on Fridays. But note that it’s different... More