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Jumeirah Mosque

Al Jumeirah Rd, Dubai 75157, United Arab Emirates
+971 4 353 6666
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The Jumeirah Mosque is a must see since it is a land mark of Dubai. It is not the largest mosque in the UAE, yet it is one of the few open to non-Muslims. The Visit Programme is hosted by The Sheikh Mohammed Centre for Cultural Understanding. The visit itself takes about an hour for a small fee. Mosque visitors get the chance to observe the prayer and learn more about the customs of worship and ask any questions under the banner program "Open doors. Open minds." Jumeirah Mosque showcases the medieval Fatimid architecture in its stone construction. Visit tours are offered daily accept Friday and begin at 10am sharp. No pre-registration is required. Plan to arrive at 9:30am for registration and enjoy Emirati snacks and hot beverages. Doors will close at 10:05am and will reopen at 11:15am. There is only one guided tour daily. Entry fee is 20AED per person while children under 12 free. The Mosque grounds are open all day, and you may view the Jumeirah Mosque's beautiful architecture from the outside any day of the week. Located at the end of Jumeirah Beach Road, the closest Metro stop is Al Jafiliya. From there you can take a short taxi ride to the mosque or transfer to C10 RTA bus. Modest dress is advisable, however national attire can be borrowed at the door.
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Al Jumeirah Rd, Dubai 75157, United Arab Emirates
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Reviewed yesterday

There are timings to visit this place. I just saw this Morque from across the road since entry was closed at that time. I am not sure if non Muslims are allowed inside?

Thank vishalpwn
Reviewed 1 week ago

Its nice to pass by to have some pictures taken and check the architect, but not much to do unless you are a muslim and wanna go for Friday prayers or Ramadan prayers which will be a perfect place. There are restaurants and malls beside...More

Thank Bodourkhoory
Reviewed 1 week ago

Sheik Zayed Mosque is the world's largest mosque in the world. The most interesting thing is there is no bar for any cast or religion there. If you are a non Muslim; you cannot enter their prayer area. But you could walk around and see...More

Thank Sibu S
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

I had an enjoyable session! Right after we did the registration, we were treated to a traditional Arabic breakfast of dates, some pancakes, Arabian coffee and tea. After that it was a demonstration of the Wudu and a demonstration of the praying rituals of Islam....More

Thank Flymehigh
Reviewed 1 week ago

Wow, simply stunning art work, carpets, lights. All the gold leaf all over the place. A must see for everyone

Thank Ian H
Reviewed 1 week ago

After a warm welcome with tea and sweets they explain everything about the habits of the Islam. They explain all rituals and there is plenty of time left for all questions. Definitely worth it.

Thank Boye B
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We were really impressed with our visit to the Jumeirah mosque - so glad we visited! My husband and I were on honeymoon in Dubai and he was a tad reluctant to include the mosque in our itinerary. However we both really enjoyed our visit...More

2  Thank Em88Lou
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

It was privilege to visit this beautiful mosque and the talk was excellent, demystifying aspects of Islam that non muslims might be curious about. It was delivered with a sense of humour and a refreshing openness . Afterwards, we were invited to have tea and...More

Thank rwimborne
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Built beginning in 1976 in the medieval tradition but with modern materials. It is the only mosque open to tourists in Dubai.and naturally is the most photographed.

Thank Chinapjs
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We could not go inside, but only take pictures from the outside, worth a picture. It was part of our tour in Dubai

Thank odilelosaltos
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Charlotte3989
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Response from 1970_Mario_N | Reviewed this property |
Yes, we went there on 29 May 2017.
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Melanie M
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Response from GoblyosZsolt | Reviewed this property |
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Christine S
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Response from ThomasfromDamascus | Reviewed this property |
Thank your question, unfortunately I am living in Damascus, Syria and NOT Dubai so I can not give you a definitive answer. I would assume yes as the prayer times remain the same...but I am not sure of the visiting... More
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