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Abdullah Quilliam Mosque

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Unique Mosque - Preserving Islam's heritage in the UK

England's First Mosque! What an amazing history - Sheikh Abdullah Quilliam. Prayer room has been... read more

Reviewed 16 April 2018
afzalkaduji786
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Manchester, United Kingdom
Fascinating visit

Visited this mosque on "Visit My Mosque Day" on 17 February with my Dad and it's absolutely... read more

Reviewed 18 February 2018
LittleRed43
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Merseyside
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Reviewed 16 April 2018

England's First Mosque! What an amazing history - Sheikh Abdullah Quilliam. Prayer room has been restored and is fully functional for the five daily prayers and Jummah salat. Doing some great restoration work, preserving Islamic history in the UK.

Date of experience: April 2018
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Reviewed 18 February 2018

Visited this mosque on "Visit My Mosque Day" on 17 February with my Dad and it's absolutely fascinating. Steeped in history, it was the first mosque in England, having been built in 1887 by Sheikh Abdullah Quilliam, a Liverpool solicitor and an English convert to...More

Date of experience: February 2018
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Reviewed 24 July 2017

This mosque is the closest to the city centre and on the doorstep of the Liverpool Royal Hospital and Universities. It is a "must see" site in Liverpool, especially if you are visiting Liverpool. It has a unique look and feel and has a very...More

Date of experience: July 2017
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Reviewed 20 July 2017 via mobile

The previous reviewer obviously didn't see the restored mosque ??!!! The original mosque at the back is restored. The rest of the building is a building site still !! Hence all the machinery and original woodwork and ornate covings being restored. The new toilet is...More

Date of experience: July 2017
1  Thank abdul h
Reviewed 12 June 2017 via mobile

This is a very sub-par mosque. The atmosphere was explosively boring. I don't the toilets as they smell of a vile gas. There is lots of machinery in the mosque, of which have no obvious purpose. Very queer! Overall this mosque is pretty awful and...More

Date of experience: June 2017
3  Thank Smackavoy S
Reviewed 15 April 2017

From the outside it doesn't look like a Mosque, but the interior is beautiful, currently being refurbished, but the main prayer area is nicely decorated, with a dedicated area for females to pray,

Date of experience: March 2017
5  Thank nankoorb
Reviewed 25 April 2016

This mosque is stunning and serene. A previous reviewer has incorrectly claimed that the mosque is 'noisy' and feels disappointed because s/he clearly would've preferred a 'heritage centre' instead. However, if you can get over your internal prejudices and embrace the real world, you will...More

Date of experience: February 2016
5  Thank Foodiee123
Reviewed 25 March 2016

They misled the community, saying it was just a heritage centre, now they offer no peace. They produce a lot of noise, mainly using the loud speaker in the courtyard. This directly impacts the community as it can be heard in every garden, bedroom, and...More

Date of experience: March 2016
9  Thank universityquesti0ns
Reviewed 26 March 2015

The Abdullah Quilliam Mosque has undergone part refurbishment and stands as a derelict building undergoing transformation. If you happen to be in Liverpool you must visit this piece of history which had been used as a registry office for many years during which time the...More

Date of experience: March 2015
7  Thank SultanAhmedHackney
Reviewed 28 June 2014

I attended the opening for this mosque today. It first opened 110 years ago and was derelict for many years until being recently refurbished. It is a lovely period building which has be lovingly restored. It is again a functioning mosque. For more information: http://abdullahquilliam.com/

Date of experience: June 2014
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EveSarah R
2 February 2017|
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No, it's not a wahabi mosque. As long as you are clean and well presented and in modest attire you will be most welcome.
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universityquesti0ns
25 March 2016|
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If you have an issue with the call to prayer, have a word with the mosque committee and they shall tone it down. In Islam we don't harass or upset our neighbours.
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