Tour The Jumeirah Mosque

If you’re a non-Muslim, you may not know much respecting Islam and its traditions. A visit to the stunning Jumeirah Mosque, the only mosque in Dubai that welcomes non-Muslim visitor six days a week, will change that (women are asked to wear a scarf when inspector).

One of the most nice landmarks in Dubai, the Jumeirah Mosque, which is large enough to hold up to 1,200 worshipers, was completely fully from white stone in the medieval Fatimid tradition, with towering twin minarets perfectly a big central dome. When it’s lit up at dusk, the intricate artistry and true beauty are highlighted.

Make the most of your visit by joining a journey hosted by the Sheikh Mohammed Centre for Cultural Understanding and learn about the Emirati culture and religion in a certain, casual, and open atmosphere.

The Sheikh Mohammed Centre for Cultural Understanding hosts approach of the Grand Jumeirah Mosque 6 days a week Saturday through Thursday at 11:00am. You do not need a protection to attend this visit, but youjumeirah-mosque-jumeirah-mosque must arrive at the primary entrance to the Jumeirah Mosque by approximately 9.45am. Each tour permanent approximately 75 minutes. The tour cost 20 AED per person add water, dates, Arabic coffee, tea, and history pastries. Children under 12 are free.  Parties of 10 or more should communication the SMCCU prior to your visit.

latest dress is preferred, however traditional attire can be borrowed from the Mosque.

If you are not able to attend one of the public visits, personalvisits of Jumeirah Mosque, Diwan Mosque or Grand Rashidiya Mosque (where we host programmes onlyfor educational institutions) can be arranged. Please Contact Us directly for more information.

The Sheikh Mohammed Centre for Cultural Understanding hosts visits of the Grand Jumeirah Mosque 6 days a week Saturday to Thursday at 10:30am. You do not need a reservation to attend this visit, but you must reach at the main entrance to the Jumeirah Mosque by approximately 9.45am. Each tour lasts approximately 75 minutes. The tour cost 20 AED per person together with water, dates, Arabic coffee, tea, and traditional pastries. Children under 12 are free.  Parties of 10 or superfluous should contact the SMCCU prior to your visit.Modest dress is preferred, however noble attire can be borrowed from the Mosque.

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