Abrahamic Family House

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Abrahamic Family House

The Abrahamic Family House welcomes people to connect, explore, and reflect. We serve to deepen understanding of our common humanity through mutual dialogue, exchange of knowledge, and the practice of faith.

We offer robust programes featuring scholars and thought leaders from around the world.

We invite visitors from all beliefs to learn about these three faiths and understand their rituals.

We welcome religious communities from the UAE and beyond to practice their respective faiths in the Mosque, the Church or the Synagogue.

We kindly ask that visitors to the Abrahamic Family House follow the below guidelines to ensure their visit is safe, enjoyable, and respectful.

Visitor dress code

The Abrahamic Family House is a place of worship; therefore, we ask all visitors and worshippers to be respectful in their choice of clothing.

Please dress in line with the following guidelines:

Cover the area of the body between the neck, the wrists, and the ankles.

Caps, t-shirts and other clothing articles with offensive designs, overtly political expressions or imagery, and flags are not allowed.

Do not wear translucent or tight-fitting clothing.

Avoid clothing articles and accessories that make distracting noises or reflections.

To enter the Mosque, women of age 13 or older are asked to cover their hair, and men of the age of 13 and older are asked to cover their shoulders and knees.

Visitors whose attire does not follow these guidelines or is deemed inappropriate by our staff may be denied entry.

Kindly arrive prepared.

Premises opening hours

Visitor Access

Tuesday - Sunday | 10am - 5pm last entry (Premises closes at 6pm)
Closed on Mondays.


Daily: Monday - Sunday | as per faith prayer timing.

Opening days and hours can be subject to change, so please check the website for the latest information.

Guided Tours

Starting times and duration of guided tours might change with opening hours (e.g. Ramadan), tour guide availability, and concurring events within the Abrahamic Family House. Guided tours will not permit entry to the houses of worship during prayers and sermons. Please check our website for prayer times.

Kindly arrive the Forum at least 10 minutes before the start of your booked tour. All tours will start on time. Tour fees will not be refunded for late arrivals. We cannot promise availability for walk-in tours if you were late to join your booked tour.

Visitors will be allowed to join a guided tour only if holding a guided tour ticket.

Only Abrahamic Family House tour guides are allowed to conduct tours within the Abrahamic Family House.

Entry Process

Prior to arrival, all visitors are required to book their visits via our website to ensure a pleasant experience, keeping in mind that tickets are limited.

We conduct routine security checks on arrival so please allow a little extra time to pass through the metal detector gates and the luggage X-ray machine.

Kindly avoid bringing large bags, or other items. Any unattended objects may be removed.

Bags larger than 30 x 20 x 10cm must be checked in the cloak room before entering the premises.

We ask visitors to leave especially large bags and other belongings in their transportation vehicles to ensure smooth entry for themselves and other visitors.

Our visitor services and security team are identifiable by their Abrahamic Family House identity passes and uniforms.

We will not tolerate any abuse or violence within the Abrahamic Family House.

Any failure to cooperate with our staff may be subject to local police involvement.

Access and admission

We require that you book your visit through our website prior to arrival.

Pre-booked ticket is free of charge, and gives access to the Forum, Garden, and other outdoor areas within opening hours.

Children and minors

We ask that children under 13 years of age be accompanied by an adult. We politely ask that adults with children are mindful of the visitor guidelines and try to help us maintain the peaceful, quiet, and reflective environment of the premises.

People of Determination

People of Determination have priority access at the front desk and are granted a pre-booked free ticket for a guided tour, and a complimentary ticket for one companion.

Unfortunately, we cannot allow guide dogs or accompanying animals into the premises.

Ticket Price

Ticket Price for Abrahamic Family House is Free.

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About United Arab Emirates

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) is a federation of seven emirates located in the Middle East, known for its modern infrastructure, diverse culture, and thriving economy. With its iconic skyline, bustling cities, and vast desert landscapes, the UAE is a popular destination for tourists and expatriates alike.

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Contact Information

Abrahamic Family House, Culture District, Abu Dhabi, Abu Dhabi Emirate, United Arab Emirates


What are the Abrahamic houses in Dubai?

The Abrahamic Family House will be a beacon of mutual understanding, harmonious coexistence, and peace among people of faith and goodwill. It consists of a mosque, church, synagogue, and educational center to be built on Saadiyat Island, the cultural heart of Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates.

What is the purpose of the Abrahamic Family House?

The Abrahamic Family House is dedicated to the pursuit of peaceful coexistence for generations to come. Our space serves to bridge our common humanity through the exchange of knowledge, ongoing dialogue, and the practice of faith.

What is in Abrahamic Family House?

The Abrahamic Family House is a collection of three religious spaces: a mosque, a church, and a synagogue—all of which will sit upon a fourth secular space consisting of a Forum and raised garden.

What is the Abrahamic Family House in Islam?

The Abrahamic Family House promotes co-operation between three major religions: Islam, Judaism and Christianity. Named after Abraham – a figure who links all three faiths – the complex comprises a mosque, a synagogue and a church.

How much does it cost to go to the Abrahamic Family House?

Entrance to the Abrahamic Family House is free. You are requested to book your ticket in advance. If you are curious to learn about different faiths and varying belief systems, then the Abrahamic Family House is the perfect place to do so. We welcome visitors of all backgrounds and beliefs.