Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque Abu Dhabi Tour

Abu Dhabi

Embark on a journey to witness the grandeur of Islamic architecture with the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque Tour from Dubai.

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Tour Timing & Location
Duration 4 Hours
Transfer Type Private Transfer
Pick From Your Hotel or Residence in Dubai
Ticket Price AED 650 For Up To 4 People
Tour Availability Daily


  • Our team will make pickup and drop arrangements from your Hotel/House in Dubai.
  • You will be provided with refreshing juices and mineral water while touring.
  • An English-speaking and friendly tour guide will enhance your experience by detailing you all the facts related to the mosque.
  • A comfortable, air-conditioned vehicle will be provided to make your tour relaxing.
  • It will take approximately one and a half hour to reach the destination from your Dubai residence.
  • Private transfers can also be arranged for a maximum of 4 people at a time.

Insider Tips

  • The Sheikh Zayed mosque remains open from 3-10pm on Fridays.
  • You need at least 2 people to avail this tour.
  • This is a holy place for people to worship.
  • Make sure you’re wearing a full-sleeve dress while visiting the mosque. You should be covered from your head to ankle. This restriction is especially for women. Women also need to wear a scarf before entering.
  • No touching is allowed while clicking pictures.
  • Taking photos are only allowed at certain photo stops.
  • Wear proper walking shoes as you have to walk a lot inside the mosque to explore.
  • In some areas, you will also get elevators and people mover to help you reach the mosque quickly.
  • This place is not accessible via wheelchair.
  • Avoid visiting the mosque during Islamic festival as it will remain closed.
  • Follow the guidelines to do the tour in a hassle-free way.

Key Highlights of Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque Tour

  • The mosque has stunning 82 domes! The one standing at the center of the main prayer hall is the most beautiful of all. Composed of pure white marble, the dome has a wonderful shape of the crown, containing golden glass mosaic finials enhancing its charm. The grandeur of the dome will leave you spellbound.
  • It is adorned with over 1,000 columns, each of them embellished with precious stones like amethyst, jasper, and lapis lazuli, among others. The columns are made of white marble and are used both on the interiors and exteriors of the mosque. The pearl-decorated 96 marble columns are supporting the main prayer hall.
  • The mosque is also known for its awe-inspiring seven crystal chandeliers. The glittering Swarovski crystals, 24-carat gold, stainless steel, and brass are all taking the beauty of those seven chandeliers to the next level.
  • The mosque is also home to beautiful rectangular pools that are adorned with blue tiles. These pools are strategically placed to capture the reflections of the mosque’s columns, arcades, and other remarkable features. This creates a stunning visual effect, especially at night when the mosque is illuminated. The pools add to the overall tranquility of the mosque, making it a perfect place to relax and reflect.
  • The mosque features a vast open area called the Sahan or courtyard, which spans over 17400 square meters and is supported by four minarets. This courtyard is of great importance during significant Islamic occasions such as Ramadan and Eid Al Fitr. It provides ample space for worshippers to gather and participate in prayers, and its size makes it a unique feature of the mosque.

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Ticket Booking and Cancellation Policy

  • No refund is applicable on ticket booking.

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The Abu Dhabi Grand Sheikh Zayed Mosque is an Islamic cultural landmark in the city. It is well-known in the world for its grandeur, and is visited by tourists from across the world. Furthermore, the mosque is also one of the biggest of its kind in the world where almost 40,000 people can worship at a time.

Yes, visitors are required to dress modestly and appropriately when visiting the mosque. Women must wear long, loose clothing that covers their arms and legs, and must also cover their heads with a scarf. Men must wear long pants and shirts that cover their shoulders. Robes and headscarves are available for visitors who do not have appropriate clothing.

Yes, visitors are allowed to take photographs inside the mosque, but are asked to be respectful and avoid taking photos of worshippers or any religious ceremonies. Photography is also not allowed in certain areas of the mosque, such as the prayer hall and the ablution areas.

The best time to visit the mosque is during the cooler months, which are between November and March. The temperatures during this time are more comfortable and the weather is generally more pleasant for outdoor activities.

No, the prayer hall is only accessible to Muslim worshippers. Non-Muslims are allowed to enter the mosque's courtyard and other areas, but are not permitted to enter the prayer hall during prayer times.

Yes, there are guided tours available for visitors who wish to learn more about the mosque's history, architecture, and cultural significance. These tours are led by knowledgeable guides who can provide insights and answer questions.