Hassan Ii Mosque, CasablancaCurrently Closed
- Address: Blvd Sidi Mohammed Ben Abdallah, Casablanca, Morocco
- Timings: 09:00 am - 02:00 pm Details
- Ticket Price: 120 MAD
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Mosque, Religious Site, Family And Kids, Architecture
About Hassan Ii Mosque, Casablanca
In the 1980’s, the city of Casablanca was not as replete with historical monuments as it is today. Then the king of Morocco decided this needs to be changed and hired a French architect and some 6000 labourers to build the 7th largest mosque of the world and the largest of the country. With a capacity to accommodate over 25,000 worshippers within the walls of the mosque and 80,000 outside, the minaret of the mosque stands tall 690 feet from the ground. On top of this minaret, shines a light in the direct of Mecca. The best way to get around the mosque is to opt for the hour long guided tour.
The 7th largest mosque in the world, the Hassan ii Mosque is one of the prime destinations as you visit Casablanca. Hassan ii Mosque tickets are easily available over the counter, however, as you buy tickets for Hassan ii Mosque tours, you get to know its history and architecture better. Combined with many other attractions, these tours offer you great deals and bargains. You don’t have to fret over Hassan ii Mosque ticket prices, as they are quite affordable. Tickets for Hassan ii Mosque tours sell like hot cakes, make your deal fast!
Hassan Ii Mosque Ticket Prices
- DH 120 (Adults); DH 60 (Students); DH 30 (Children).
Hassan Ii Mosque Opening and Closing Hours
- Tours (Sept-June) Sat-Thurs 9am, 10am, 11am, and 2pm, Fri 9am and 2pm, July-Aug daily 2:30pm.
Restaurants Near Hassan Ii Mosque
- Le Patio
- Bistrot Chic (European cuisine)
- Pousse Pousse (Asian)
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Things to Know Before Visiting Hassan Ii Mosque
95% of people who visit Casablanca include Hassan Ii Mosque in their plan
09 AM - 10 AM
93.08% of people start their Hassan Ii Mosque visit around 09 AM - 10 AM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Hassan Ii Mosque
94.31% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Hassan Ii Mosque
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Hassan Ii Mosque, Casablanca Reviews
This is an absolutely beautiful Mosque, it is also one of the few in the world that allows people of other religions to visit. The detailing is incredible, everywhere is absolutely beautiful. The tour is done is many languages, it's actually set up quite well, they will funnel people down and separate by language and when there is enough people you are taken off by a guide. I felt it was more than worth the fee and would go again. I'd love to see the roof open as it must be an impressive sight.
The Mosque Hassan ll is the 3rd largest mosque in the world. It's breathtaking architecture and structure make it very impressive and a must see. Tourists may visit the mosque at 12:00 and 14:00. A tour guide who is fluent in many languages ( French, Spanish , English) is available to add to your experience.
Closed between 10 am and 2 pm for prayer. No ticket office no information no signs and description about the place. Poorly managed. The building and design is impressive. You will spend two hours in there easily. No parking so had to park on the side streets and walk back. Can also see Atlantic ocean while you are there.
A modern day marvel. Awe inspiring. One can not help but feel spiritual in this beautiful mosque regardless of what belief you follow. A must see when in Casablanca.
This was the reason I came to visit Casablanca and was not dissapponted. The mosque is built on a vast area of land and the detail that went into building it alone is something worth appreciating. A really popular spot with the tourists of all races and allows people of other religion to fully experience there time here. The section to the back of the mosque toward the ocean was closed of so didn't get a chance to see that but otherwise this is one place you don't waan miss when in Morocco.