Glasgow Central Mosque
About Glasgow Central Mosque
The early Muslim migrants were gifted visionaries who wanted to build an architectural jewel. Their hard work paid off when Glasgow Central Mosque opened to the public in 1984 as the first purpose-built mosque in Glasgow at a cost of £10 million in today's terms.
As one of the most recognisable buildings in the city, it is visited by a large number of people, including the media, schools, colleges, universities and anyone wanting to learn more about Islam.
5,000 of us visit it ...
1 Mosque Avenue
Glasgow Central Mosque's previous events
Bike Maintenance Workshop
Run Back to Allah - Explore Conference 2017
Sunday, 17 September
Glasgow Central Mosque – Glasgow Doors Open Days Festival
Saturday, 16 September
Friends of Al-Aqsa 20th Anniversary Dinner - Glasgow
Thursday, 14 September