Mosque Of Ibn Tulun

Currently Closed
  • Address: Shar'a Tulun Bay, Cairo, Egypt, Cairo, Egypt
  • Timings: 08:00 am - 04:00 pm Details
  • Ticket Price: Free
  • Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Mosque, Religious Site, Landmark, Historical Site, Family And Kids, Architecture

Ibn Tulun mosque is the oldest and largest mosque in Egypt, built in the 9th century with the intent of accommodating an entire army and is also a historic mosque in Cairo. The mosque of Ibn Tulun is completely made up of red building bricks. The mosque is surrounded by three Ziyadahs. The mosque also attracts millions of tourist every year because of its brilliant architecture. The mosque itself is the third largest mosque in the world. The minaret of this famous mosque of Ibn Tulun is a popular landmark of Cairo and is even completely unique in its design.

The oldest and largest mosque in Egypt, the Mosque of Ibn Tulun boasts of a splendid architecture and humongous area. Mosque of Ibn Tulun ticket prices are zero as there is no entry fee. Tickets for Mosque of Ibn Tulun tours can though be purchased for a combined experience. Check our ticketing portal for details about offers on Mosque of Ibn Tulun tickets and buy tickets for Mosque of Ibn Tulun tours on the platform to avail special discounts.

  • Open all day except at Prayer times (Friday has huge rush).
  • The mosque is open from dawn to dusk. 

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  • Mosque Of Ibn Tulun Address: Shar'a Tulun Bay, Cairo, Egypt, Cairo, Egypt
  • Mosque Of Ibn Tulun Timing: 08:00 am - 04:00 pm
  • Mosque Of Ibn Tulun Price: Free
  • Best time to visit Mosque Of Ibn Tulun(preferred time): 09:00 am - 01:00 pm
  • Time required to visit Mosque Of Ibn Tulun: 02:00 Hrs
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  • 24.29% of people who visit Cairo include Mosque Of Ibn Tulun in their plan

  • 48.91% of people start their Mosque Of Ibn Tulun visit around 12 PM - 1 PM

  • People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Mosque Of Ibn Tulun

Wednesday, Thursday and Friday

92.41% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Mosque Of Ibn Tulun

People normally club together The Pharaonic Village and Mohamed Ali Mosque while planning their visit to Mosque Of Ibn Tulun.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures
  • one of the best monuments I visited. one of the oldest if not the oldest mosque in Cairo. love how spacious is. we went on Saturday morning and it was completely empty which is great. cause you can have full appreciation of the building. if you are in Cairo you should pay thjs place a visit

  • One of my favourite mosque in Cairo. It's so old, large and unique. We can go up and see the city from the top. But, we should pay to go up and have limit time. Good moment to go is when the sunset will be happened. It's amazing scenery. From the top, we can see the roof of mosque and mosque of Muhammad Ali. Although it's little bit dangerous on the top but it's worth it. Just br careful! Unfortunately, the mosque can't use for pray.

  • A great architecture for one of the most unique mosques in all the world. Identified with its wide courtyard and the unique style of its manaret. Photos taken by myself.

  • A historical mosque with a wide courtyard & nice architecture. It is relatively huge compared to other similarly-shaped mosques in Cairo. It is popularly known for its spiral minaret at one side of the courtyard (which is also depicted on the 5 Egyptian Pound note). Sometimes if you’re lucky, you can go up the minaret & see the beautiful view of Cairo. Being in the middle of the slums area, the location is quite hard to reach due to narrow streets, and not that easy to park your vehicle outside too. It is not that well-maintained, which made it looked more seasoned & authentic. Prayers are routinely performed here, but the Jumaah prayers aren’t. And the museum complex nearby is quite interesting to see.

  • It's amazing mosque For both history and architecture lovers .. this place takes you in a short journey to another different ages .. make you feel with inner peace

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