Mosquée de Paris
Mosquée de Paris
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11:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Monday
11:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Tuesday
11:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Wednesday
11:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Thursday
11:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Friday
11:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Saturday
11:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Sunday
11:00 AM - 7:00 PM
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The area
Address
Neighborhood: 5th Arr. - Panthéon
How to get there
  • Place Monge • 3 min walk
  • Censier – Daubenton • 4 min walk
Reach out directly
See what travelers are saying
  • unclelouie
    New Ulm, Minnesota1,326 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    We were very glad we went to the Mosque de Paris
    The mosque was larger and more magnificent than we expected. We were there in between times for prayer but people were strolling through so we were not alone. There were a number of rooms including a library, some outdoor area, fountains. gardens, and the main room for prayer that was not open for non Muslims. Go- it's worth a visit plus it is walkable to the Arab world museum.
    Visited June 2023
    Written August 6, 2023
  • soinic
    2,444 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Arabian nights, mille et une nuits 🤗
    Located close to the beautiful Jardin des plantes, you'll find this hidden treasure. Morocco?! Tunisia?!.... no,no you are in Paris! Beautiful mosaics, woodcarving etc to admire! As well as fountains, gardens etc Chill in busy Paris and enjoy a time out for 3 Euro pp. Small, busy café/restaurant with typical oriental ambience and food.
    Visited September 2023
    Traveled as a couple
    Written September 10, 2023
  • Jo Anna G
    17 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Add this to your must-see list in Paris
    Total surprise right in the middle of central Paris. I was completely transported. Every corner and hallway revealed more and more astounding beauty. The gardens are absolutely breathtaking. My biggest tip here is take your time. Admire the workmanship. It’s a remarkable place of worship. And also, I read later, was used to house Jews fleeing from the Nazis during the war. That really struck me with everything that’s going on right now. And afterwards, we went around the corner to the cafe, and, again, just completely felt like we’d left France altogether. It was quaint and charming. We were offered hot tea the minute we sat down (such a nice touch), and the pastries, oh my word, were to die for. Just try one of everything. You won’t regret it.
    Visited April 2024
    Traveled with friends
    Written May 9, 2024
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Popular mentions

4.0
4.0 of 5 bubbles744 reviews
Excellent
272
Very good
289
Average
86
Poor
48
Terrible
50

ailene r
4 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2023 • Family
Went to Hammam with my daughter , unfortunately I'm disappointed with the experience 😌 the day we came was really busy it was Thursday about 14:30 , we paid 120€ each for the scrub and 90 massage , I have been having massage for the last 2 decades and at this place I had the worst massage of my life , honestly the first two minutes I wanted to just leave . I think also the shower place
And the place where they do scrub they can improve better the cleanliness
. There is possibility I won't refer this to friends and I may not able
To
Come back again . I dislike my experience .
The lady who did my scrub was in a rush I think , I didn't feel it was right , again it's not my
First time
So I know the big difference , and the woman for the massage , I want to cry to be honest ,my five years old daughter can massage me better , to pay 90€ for something I didn't enjoy was a bit of pain .
Anyway the tea tasted really good .
Written December 28, 2023
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peter bischoff
Yogyakarta Region, Indonesia150 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2023 • Couples
Always when we are in Paris we love to visit the mosque. It’s beautiful gardens make you feel like in the Middle East. The restaurant we absolutely love, mint tea, Tajines, and eastern pastry and sweet.
Written January 30, 2023
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soinic
Lux.2,444 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Sep 2023 • Couples
Located close to the beautiful Jardin des plantes, you'll find this hidden treasure.

Morocco?! Tunisia?!.... no,no you are in Paris!

Beautiful mosaics, woodcarving etc to admire! As well as fountains, gardens etc

Chill in busy Paris and enjoy a time out for 3 Euro pp.

Small, busy café/restaurant with typical oriental ambience and food.
Written September 10, 2023
This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews as part of our industry-leading trust & safety standards. Read our transparency report to learn more.

Aurele
Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes, France1 contribution
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Sep 2020
During my trip in Paris, it's was a place that i wanted to discover. For history and most of all for the beauty of this building. For only few euros, you could take a gate to Middle East. The Mosque is build around a typical Easten garden were tree, green bushes and pools are diposed in a perfect harmony.
Most of all, it's a place of serenity and calm were you could rest for fiew minutes or more.
People of the Mosque are very kind and futhermore it's open for everybody, muslims or not.
I would come back the next time I go to Paris because it's was unforgettable
Written November 6, 2020
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unclelouie
New Ulm, MN1,326 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2023
The mosque was larger and more magnificent than we expected. We were there
in between times for prayer but people were strolling through so we were not alone.
There were a number of rooms including a library, some outdoor area, fountains. gardens, and the main room for prayer that was not open for non Muslims. Go- it's
worth a visit plus it is walkable to the Arab world museum.
Written August 6, 2023
This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews as part of our industry-leading trust & safety standards. Read our transparency report to learn more.

Jo Anna G
17 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2024 • Friends
Total surprise right in the middle of central Paris.

I was completely transported. Every corner and hallway revealed more and more astounding beauty. The gardens are absolutely breathtaking.

My biggest tip here is take your time. Admire the workmanship. It’s a remarkable place of worship. And also, I read later, was used to house Jews fleeing from the Nazis during the war. That really struck me with everything that’s going on right now.

And afterwards, we went around the corner to the cafe, and, again, just completely felt like we’d left France altogether. It was quaint and charming. We were offered hot tea the minute we sat down (such a nice touch), and the pastries, oh my word, were to die for. Just try one of everything. You won’t regret it.
Written May 9, 2024
This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews as part of our industry-leading trust & safety standards. Read our transparency report to learn more.

Sassy_Traveller_82
Berlin, Germany53 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
The mosque itself is beautiful and definitely worth a visit. The adjacent restaurant is also excellent.

The Hamman is not recommended, as it is not well looked after and the staff are so incredibly rude and unfriendly (i.e.shout at clients, masseuses trying to sell more time during the massage itself). The Hamman itself also desperately needs refurbishment. As a result, the experience is stressful rather than enjoyable.
Written August 18, 2010
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10027
New York City, NY239 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2015 • Solo
They don's actually let you into the mosque - only into the cafe at the edge. Guidebook stated that non-Muslims are admitted ot the courtyard, although not the building. I have a passion for Islamic architecture, so I walked over - not at prayer time and no special events that I know of were going on. I was brusquely turned away by guards who told me that only Muslims were permitted to enter. From the outside there is noting to see, and the density of beggers, sadly, very intense around the walls of the mosque. So all you can see are the outside walls, there is really no point in a non-Muslim going there. I didn't go into the small cafe, although I would have been permitted to.
Written November 2, 2015
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XPLR330
Woodland, CA6 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
I walked in on a Saturday afternoon in mid-October hoping to get a massage to work out a kink in my neck. When I looked at the menu of services I was shocked at the prices, so I settled for a 30 minute massage for 30 euros (1 euro per min, as there were 20 and 10 min massages, too) instead of the package (58 euros which included the massage, soap, a scrub by some lady, and a small glass of tea).

However, when I said I only wanted the massage, they insisted I get the package. I didn't think it was worth the price, but not speaking the language or having been there before and in a lot of pain, desperate for relief, I said, "Okay," figuring I had 4 hrs before my dinner date, so I might as well do the whole shebang.

The lady took my money, shoved it in her pocket (not the cash register
...hmmm), and pointed to a list where I was to write my name. I was #116 and I had a long wait before my massage -- much longer than I expected. At that point, I should've walked out, but I went with it.

The place was chaotic and it was a challenge to figure out what to do and where to go. It cost 1 euro to use a locker (which I didn't have, but found a broken one with no key, so I took a chance and used it), and you undress to your underwear, then proceed to the "bath" area, which is 4 levels of steam -- hot to hottest. Once there, you get a bucket and fill it with cold water and either soap up or simply douce yourself every so often to cool down. Then you give your grommace ticket to have a lady scrub you harshly while laying on a table in the "cooler" of the steam rooms. Be careful, b/c she's not gentle on the breasts! OUCH!

Once you're finished in the steam, it's time to wait for the massage -- and it's a long wait (if you're there like I was on an extra-busy day). Plus, I discovered later they'd crossed off my name and rewrote it next to #118! Oye. I waited anxiously 2-1/2 hrs for my 30 min rub down and, I'm sorry to say, it wasn't worth it.

My "masseuse" was a rather large woman with bad breath and huge breasts. At first, you lay face up -- underwear only, no bra -- and she happily massages your breasts with oil, over and over, pretty much ignoring the rest of your body. Unfortunately, as she leaned over my head, my face was enveloped in her breasts. When I wasn't suffocating in her breasts, I was holding my breath so as not to smell her breath! Not a very relaxing experience.

Had I not had dinner plans and knew in advance of the process and potential waiting time, this probably would've been a more enjoyable experience.

So, be sure to bring a credit card, a single euro for the locker, sandles, a bottle of water, underwear or bikini bottoms you don't care to get oily, (2) towels (one for the steam/massage process, one for the shower after), and whatever shower products you need.

Also, if you want a massage, in order to keep your anxiety levels low and be as relaxed as possible (1) expect to wait, (2) don't make plans after, (3) know that this style of massage will not work out any kinks, and (4) check the massage wait list BEFORE paying for services to determine if you have time to get one.

If you're ill (like a cold), this is a great place to just go get a steam and clear out your sinuses. The steam I'll do again for sure.
Written October 25, 2008
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CheltenhamBabs
Mornington, Australia182 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2016 • Couples
Visited here a few days ago after visiting the Jardin de Plantes, this Mosque is located at the end of the gardens outside the gates. You will see a coffee shop across the street called the Mosque cafe which i have reviewed and well worth a visit, but continue to the front of the mosque located at 2 buis place du puits de l,ermite. Both sexes are welcome to visit this mosque,built in 1926 after WW1 as a token of gratitude to muslim fighters who died supporting france. During WW2 the mosque served as a secret refuge for algerian and european jews who were provided shelter,safe passage and fake muslim birth certificates to protect them from german persecution. It is the 2nd largest mosque in france. For the cost of 3 euro you visit a very large building complex consisting of prayer rooms, beautiful tiled rooms and tapestries surrounding a long courtyard with symmetrical gardens which are extremely well maintained and peaceful. Well worth a visit whether religious or not. Wheelchair access (If you find this review helpful please tick the box tks )
Written June 14, 2016
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