Masjid Al Jinn

Scores of stories have been told about this curiously named mosque. The most famous of the accounts says that on this spot Mohamed (PBUH) recited the Quran to the Jinn tribe, who then embraced Islam and became believers.

The original Masjid Al Jinn was built in 1700 – and was originally underground. Recent additions to the historical mosque include angular architecture and a distinctly modern minaret.

1-2 Hour Excursions
  • Jannat Al Mu’alla
  • Jabal Al Nour
  • Masjid Aisha
  • Ji'ranah Mosque
  • Aqaba Mosque
  • Masjid Al Jinn
Half-Day Trips
  • Jabal Thawr
  • Factory of Kaaba Kiswa Manufacturing
  • Exhibition of 2 Holy Mosques Architecture
  • Aziziyah District
  • Masjid Al Khayf
  • Assalaamu Aleyka Ayyuhan Nabiyyu Museum
Full-Day Trips
  • Taif
  • Jeddah
Must See
  • Al Madinah

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