Jumeirah Mosque is one of the major Dubai landmarks, built in the traditional Fatimid style, under the auspices of Sheikh Rashid bin Saeed. It is located in Jumeirah 1 area, across Dubai Marine Beach resort. The mosque is depicted on the AED500 bank-note. Religious services can be attended by up to 1,300 faithful.
Jumeirah Mosque can be visited by non-muslim residents or tourists, 6 days a week, Saturday through Thursday, at 10.00'am. Visits are organized by The Sheikh Mohammed Centre for Cultural Understanding (SMCCU). There is a charge of AED20 per person that includes coffee, tea, water, dates and assorted pastries. Modest dressing is advised and appropriate attire can be obtained on site. SMCCU can also offer private visits to the mosque.