At Bradford Grand Mosque we welcome all school groups and teaching staff, and provide a guided tour through the state of the art Mosque. Please ensure you acquaint yourselves with our visiting guidelines before making a booking.
We welcome corporate and group visits from organisations and businesses. Please fill out the form below and we will reply via the contact details you submit. Please be mindful to read through the visit guidelines included in the document at the bottom of the form below.
At Bradford Grand Mosque we welcome you with open arms and wish to help give you a better understanding of our Islamic practices, principles and way of life.
BOOK A VISIT
Here at “Bradford Grand Mosque” we are always delighted to welcome visitors from all backgrounds through our doors. We have a rich heritage of courtesy and hospitality and are confident that you will enjoy the friendliness and warm welcome of our staff and marvel at the many unique features on display.
HOW TO BOOK A VISIT/TOUR
Simply fill out the form below to book a visit/tour. Admission is Free although donations are highly appreciated. A fee may be payable for admission to some events or exhibitions. Ample on-site car parking is available. The mosque has a Guest Book that visitors are encouraged to sign and offer feedback on how we may improve our service. We occasionally provide snacks/treats for younger visitors; please inform us of any dietary restrictions.
Modest dress is required for both male and female visitors. Male visitors should wear a top similar to a shirt of full arm’s length and suitable bottoms, which are to the ankles in length. Wearing a mosque cap or similar hat will also be highly appreciated. Female guests are requested to observe the following dress code; a headscarf that covers the hair completely, skirt or trousers of ankle length that should be of loose fitting and must not be transparent, and a long sleeved top that is loose and not transparent.
Bradford Grand Mosque has officially opened it's doors to groups intending to carry out a group visit/tour. Please be mindful that construction work is still ongoing when visiting and any risk assessments will have to be carried out by the group visiting if required, prior to visiting the Mosque.
Please be sure to also explore the 360 Virtual Tour features in the Gallery section.