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Louvre Abu Dhabi and Grand Mosque Tour

Want to visit two of Abu Dhabi’s most famous landmarks in one day? Then the Louvre Museum and Grand Mosque Tour are for you.

The tour starts at 8.45 am with a guided visit to the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque and later to the Louvre Museum.

You’ll be picked up from one of 12 central Dubai locations and taken in an air-conditioned van.

At the Abu Dhabi Mosque, you’ll learn about its history and architecture from an informative guide who speaks English, French, or German.

You’ll see the world’s largest hand-woven carpet, chandeliers, and glass panels.

After a two-hour visit, you are free to eat lunch.

Then, it’s off to the Louvre Museum in Abu Dhabi’s Saadiyat Cultural District.

The Louvre Museum is a joint effort of the French and UAE governments. It houses a treasure trove of art and exhibitions from around the world.

You’ll have 2 hours to explore the galleries, exhibits, and artworks at your own pace.

After the museum, you can relax in one of its cafes or on the waterfront. Look up the cafe you plan to visit

You can also do some souvenir shopping at the museum shops before being dropped off at your hotel.

This tour includes…

  • Entrance and a 2-hour visit to the Grand Mosque
  • Entrance and a 2-hour visit to the Louvre Museum Abu Dhabi
  • Hotel pick-up and drop-off in an air-conditioned vehicle
  • Knowledgeable guide
  • Mineral water and clothing for women

Abu Dhabi Mosque and Louvre Tour Prices

The Abu Dhabi Louvre and Mosque tour is priced at AED 356 ($97) for adults over 12 years old.

Children between 3 and 11 years old can avail of this experience at a discounted rate of AED 225 ($62).

Admission is free for kids under 2 years old.

Visitor’s AgePrice
Adult ticket (12+ years)AED 356 ($97)
Child ticket (3 to 11 years)AED 225 ($62)
Infant ticket (upto 2 years)Free Entry

Here are a few things you should know before you go

Remember to bring your passports and ID cards, as they will be checked upon entry.

The tour is unavailable on Fridays because the Grand Mosque is only open from 5 to 7 pm.

During the holy month of Ramadan, you are not permitted to enter the Grand Mosque.

Restaurants will also be closed, so you should bring your own food.

The travel partners will supply loose clothing for women.  

Although no clothing is provided for men, they should cover their skin as well.

The tour does not permit the wearing of shorts, luggage, or large bags.

You can cancel 24 hours in advance and receive a full refund.

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