Masjid Al-Faatir is the largest of Chicago's Mosques. Founded by Boxing World Heavyweight Champion Muhammad Ali and his manager Jabir Herbert Muhammad (son of Elijah Muhammad) in 1987. It was later renovated with the help of the Late President of the UAE, Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al-Nahayan.
1200 East 47th Street, Chicago, IL, United States
Nearest Transit: 47th (Line: Green Line)
Masjid Al-Faatir and Nearby Attractions on Map
Oriental Institute Museum(2.3 km)
The University of Chicago Oriental Institute has one of the best collections of ancient Egyptian and Near Eastern archeology in the world, which is moreover free, small, very well exhibited, and basically started by Indiana Jones.
Museum of Science and Industry(2.4 km)
No tour of Chicago's museums is complete without a visit to the Museum of Science and Industry in Jackson Park.
Robie House(2.3 km)
This fabulously impractical house designed by Frank Lloyd Wright is one of the world's most famous examples of the Midwestern 'Prairie School' of architecture, which aimed to create buildings with prominent horizontal lines evocative of the prairie landscape.
Court Theatre(1.8 km)
Excellent dramatic theater on the University campus.
University of Chicago Presents(2.1 km)
The University of Chicago Presents hosts numerous classical music performances in Hyde Park, usually featuring big-name national and international performers for relatively low prices.
DuSable Museum of African-American History(2.2 km)
Chicago's museum of African-American history is named after the first settler of Chicago, a Haitian named Jean Baptiste Point du Sable.
Victory Monument (Chicago)(2.9 km)
This monument was built in 1928 to honor the service of the African-American Eighth Regiment of the Illinois National Guard in France during World War I.
Regenstein Library(2 km)
If you are not a student and are not on a tour, you can't enter the gigantic collection of over 4.
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