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Louvre Museum Abu Dhabi and Grand Mosque Tour from Dubai

Highlights
  • Visit two of Abu Dhabi’s crowning cultural attractions
  • Explore the Louvre Abu Dhabi at your own pace
  • Entrance fees are included in the price of this tour 
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Louvre Museum Abu Dhabi and Grand Mosque Tour from Dubai
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Louvre Museum Abu Dhabi and Grand Mosque Tour from Dubai
US$87.00
Overview
Visit two of Abu Dhabi’s crowning cultural attractions on this tour of the Louvre Abu Dhabi and Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque. See a new kind of museum built on cross-cultural engagement, and the city’s key place of worship. Your driver takes you to both destinations, which are quite a distance from each other and not easy to get to.
What to Expect
Your driver picks you up from your hotel or another selected location in Dubai. From there, head to the Louvre Abu Dhabi, one of the largest art museums in the Arabian Peninsula.

Pass under the museum’s silver dome, its pattern resembling interwoven palm leaves. The artwork inside includes artifacts from the Louvre in Paris, Palace of Versailles, and Musée d’Orsay. Browse the exhibits, which are displayed chronologically from ancient times to the present, and check out the children’s museum if you like.

Your driver takes you to the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque when you’re ready. The mosque blends traditional and contemporary Islamic architectural styles and can accommodate thousands of worshippers at a time.

After strolling through the courtyard, step inside and see one of the world’s largest hand-woven carpets, flower-patterned floral artworks, and glass panels studded with thousands of Swarovski crystals.

After completing the full day museum and mosque tour, your driver returns you to your original point of departure.
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1 - 5 of 18 reviews

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Amazing architecture - Highly Recommended

We had a wonderful day trip to Abu Dhabi, with our guide Shah and his assistant Imran. both were very helpful with my husband who has some mobility issues. The tour included 5 guests, and our vehicle was very comfortable and had good air con,...More

Thank suestewart2016
Reviewed May 5, 2018 via mobile
How can they have all these artefacts -it’s amazing

I visited here with my family There is some parking under shade It is 60 AED about £12 entry You have to ask for the English guide There are restrooms The flush is really weird- it is a black line it looks like something is...More

3  Thank KentJulieb
Reviewed April 15, 2018 via mobile
Amazing architectural monument!

Had 2 days of stopover at Dubai and decided to go for a cultural tour with 2 of the most beautiful monuments in Abu Dhabi -The Grand Mosque and Louvre Museum. No regrets choosing Ocean tour. Price was good, pickup was prompt from Dubai and...More

1  Thank Lilin K
Reviewed April 13, 2018 via mobile
Must see! Spectacular!

The Louvre Abu Dhabi just opened November 2017 and is a must see! We absolutely loved seeing the Museum and would recommend this to everyone! It’s about 60 AED and is spectacular!

2  Thank Michael C
Reviewed April 10, 2018
Modern Architecture makes History!

The Louvre in Abu Dhabi? This is another example on how the Kingdom of the UAE is stretching the limits, proving once again nothing is impossible! Year of Zayed! What a long way UAE has become, definitely a must see! The art collection is very...More

1  Thank Ryan A
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May 23, 2018|
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Response from namanniy | Reviewed this property |
The mosque doesnt take long to see, as long as you get there in time.
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Tasneem M
April 11, 2018|
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Response from Mohd K | Reviewed this property |
actually there us no agency to help you ... you have to take a taxi there . be aware there is no guides also to explain anything or to help. there are no restaurants or coffee shops there to take a rest so you can take a... More
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