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Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque Tickets, Online Access, Pass, QR Code, Dress Code, Price & Timings | Top tourism attraction | Tripadvisor

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Mosque in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

Abu Dhabi’s Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque is one of the world’s largest mosques and an architectural masterpiece that beautifully combines Islamic architecture and design.

Sheikh Zayed mosque is the 3rd largest world. It’s the largest mosque in the UAE. Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque is a colossal place of worship; big enough to accommodate over 40,000 visitors. The largest mosque in the UAE and third largest in the world, the complex covers over 22,400sqm.

Visit Abu Dhabi

The Abu Dhabi-located attraction receives around 7 million visitors and worshippers from various religions and cultures every year.

Tripadvisor® Rating

The Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque Centre (SZGMC) has retained its global fame, with the centre named as the fourth top tourism attraction in the world.

The Abu Dhabi-located Grand Mosque centre came first in the region, according to TripAdvisor ratings in 2022.

Guinness World Record

The Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque holds a Guinness World Record for the largest hand-woven carpet and also boasts one of the largest chandeliers in a mosque.

Grand Mosque Tickets / Access

Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque Tickets: Book your tickets to Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque online. Experience Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque by booking online pass to access grand mosque via QR Code tickets without any hassle for free.

Grand Mosque Tickets Price

There is no entry fee to visit the Grand mosque in Abu Dhabi. Entrance to the mosque is free. The Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque is open to tourists everyday from 9 am to 10 pm except for Friday mornings. Visitors are required to book their visit via the grand mosques’ website. Entrance to the mosque is free however you have to update online to get Access QR Code to scan at the entrance. Walking tours are also free and last from 45 minutes to an hour.

Visit During Covid19

To enter the grand mosque, visitors 16 years old and above must display ‘ green pass ‘ status on Al-Hosn App. (Mandatory)

How to Get Grand Mosque Pass or QR Code Ticket Online

Steps to register for Online Pass and generate QR Code to access Grand Mosque. QR Code is mandatory to visit Sheikh Zayed Mosque.

  • Step 1: First of all, visit website https://visit.szgmc.gov.ae/
  • Step 2: Enter the Number of Visitors to visit
  • Step 3: Choose the date of Visit
  • Step 4: Select your convenient timing to visit on Visit Time
  • Step 5: Enter your E-mail ID
  • Step 6: Enter your Nationality
  • Step 7: Are you visiting with tour operator? YES / NO; Answer appropriately
  • Step 8: Enter the details below for Gender, Age Group, Emirates, Resident or Tourist, Nationality (Automatically picked from the above steps)
  • Step 9: Click NEXT
  • Step 10: One the Next Page, Read the VISITOR CODE OF CONDUCT AT SHEIKH ZAYED & Visitors Rights and Duties and then click “I HAVE READ, UNDERSTAND, AND AGREE TO THE VISITING GUIDELINES AND MOSQUE MANNERS” and SUBMIT

That is it! Hurray!! Your QR Code is Generated as below.

يرجى إبراز الرمز عند نقاط الدخول
Scan this QR Code at the Check-in gate during the Visit

123456789012345 [Sample]

نشكركم على استخدام نظام حجز زيارة إلى جامع الشيخ زايد الكبير

Thank you for using SZGMC book your visit system

Visiting Times

Normal visiting hours are from Saturday to Thursday 09:00 am to 10:00 pm (Last admission at 09:30 pm)

On Friday Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque is open from 09:00am to 12:00pm (Last admission at 11:30 am) and reopens from 3:00 pm. to 10:00 pm (Last admission at 09:30 pm)

Daily visiting Hours:

Saturday to ThursdayFrom09:00 AMTo10:00 PM
Friday Morning TimingFrom09:00 AMTo12:00 PM
Friday Evening TimingFrom03:00 PMTo10:00 PM

* Cultural Tours are available during the visiting hours in Arabic and English, and no prior booking is required

Visiting Hours during the Holy Month of Ramadan:

First 20 Days

Monday to SundayFrom10:00 AMTo06:00 PM
 From09:30 PMTo01:00 AM
FridayFrom03:00 PMTo06:00 PM
 From09:30 PMTo01:00 AM

The last 10 days

Monday to SundayFrom10:00 AMTo06:00 PM
FridayFrom03:00 PMTo06:00 PM

* Cultural Tours are available during Ramadan visiting hours in Arabic and English, and no prior booking is required

Opening Hours on Eid Al-Fitr and Eid Al-Adha:

The mosque is open during the first day of Eid Al-Fitr (Feast of Breaking-Fast) and Eid Al-Adha (Feast of Sacrifice), from Saturday-Thursday 9am to 10pm.

Notice during COVID19

Dear Visitor,

Starting from 15 June 2022 In line with the precautionary measures in force, all residents and tourists (applicable to those above 16 years of age) must show ‘green’ status on Alhosn app.

* Visitors coming from outside the UAE and who face difficulties using Alhosn App they then can show an internationally approved vaccine certificate which testifies that they have taken two doses and a negative PCR test taken during the 14 days.

  • Visitors who are not vaccinated must present a negative PCR result no more than 48 hours.
  • Important note for visitors:
  • Pre-book and obtain an access pass card online through the following link (https://visit.szgmc.gov.ae)
  • Please adhere to the mosque’s dress code.

Grand Mosque Dress Code

  • Wear conservative, loose fitting clothing. 
  • When visiting UAE keep your dress code as conservative an d adhere to the local dress code and choose modest particulary when visiting Grand Mosque.
  • Try to chose loose fitting clothing to keep you cool and adhere to mosque dress code policy.
  • For men and women, your legs and arms need to be covered – no shorts or skirts above the ankle.
  • Men are not allowed to wear shorts. Women need to wear a long sleeved shirt and long pants or a long, loose fitting skirt. Men should have long trousers with legs completely covered and shirt sleeves.

Dress code for women at the Grand Mosque

  • You must have arms and legs completely covered.
  • Your hair must be completely covered.
  • The only skin that can show is your hands, feet and face. 
  • If you are not properly dressed (don’t worry, this applies to most tourists) you will be sent to the dressing room where you can hire an Abaya (which covers your body) and Shayla (which covers your head).  This is all part of the experience so embrace it!
  • Please don’t think this means you should wear the skimpiest outfit underneath! You will still be lining up with other Muslim tourists and respect should be shown throughout your visit to Abu Dhabi.
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