Visits & Tours

Throughout the year we receive visitors from various organisations and establishments who travel from all around the world to see the mosque. A great deal of visitors are from faith, inter-faith and educational institutions wishing to further their understanding of Islamic lifestyle and worship. The mosque mostly receives a high number of bookings from groups and individuals from in and around Britain as well as from within its primary region, Hertfordshire.

The Mosque is open to visitors throughout the year. We receive a large number of visitors from schools, colleges and universities wishing to find out more about the workings of a mosque and the Islamic faith for projects and studies.

We also have a number of faith-based groups, organisational visits and tourists who visit the mosque. Most visits are booked via writen requests. We must have notice of at least two weeks for a visit so that we can make the necessary arrangements. 

A normal visit consists of an observation of prayer, a tour of the mosque building and a Q&A or discussion session. 

To book a visit, please contact the Mosque on email at


If you would like to organise a visit to the Masjid please contact us at


General Rules:

  1. Shoes will need to be removed before entering the Masjid
  2. Mobile phones will need to be switched off or put in silent mode
  3. Strictly no animals in the Masjid.
  4. Avoid making loud noises or engaging in unnecessary conversation inside the Masjid.
  5. Avoid walking in front of worshipers performing their prayers.
  6. Keep food and drinks out of the Masjid, except areas that have been designated as eating areas.
  7. Keep the Masjid’s building and courtyard clean by disposing of litter properly and safely.
  8. Abide by the general rules of the Masjid as displayed around the building.
  9. Avoid smoking in the building and on the Masjid’s courtyard.


Dress Code

All visitors are kindly requested to observe a modest dress code when visiting the Masjid. In general this means:

  1. Shorts are not allowed. Skirts and dresses should reach below the knees.
  2. Avoid see-through, revealing or low-cut clothing.
  3. Women visiting the male prayer hall should wear a headscarf or similar