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Welcome! If you want to find a peaceful place, come here!

As an Ahmadi Muslim, I used to come here every Friday for special prayers. Now that I live far away... read more

Reviewed 19 March 2018
Hello-Cumbria-0701
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Carlisle, United Kingdom
Extremely holy and peaceful place- Must visit

Being the biggest mosque in the UK, it is very beautiful in its structure and a must visit place... read more

Reviewed 28 March 2017
AlJuliet
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181 London Road, Morden SM4 5PT, England
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Reviewed 19 March 2018

As an Ahmadi Muslim, I used to come here every Friday for special prayers. Now that I live far away from Surrey, I am missing this place awfully, since it brings so much memories. The mosque consists of clean, properly proportioned rooms such as prayer...More

2  Thank Hello-Cumbria-0701
Reviewed 19 August 2017

turn it back to a milk dairy was much better then... Always causing a problem on the roads ... can never park in lidl or Iceland because of this place!

1  Thank anjpink
Reviewed 28 March 2017 via mobile

Being the biggest mosque in the UK, it is very beautiful in its structure and a must visit place. Very peaceful and holy surrounding with lovely and welcoming staff. The Ahmadiyya community which occupies this mosque depicts a peace loving picture of Islam and ensures...More

5  Thank AlJuliet
Reviewed 28 February 2017 via mobile

Not only the biggest mosque in Western Europe but also the most magnificent. Most welcoming for people of all faiths, believers in religious harmony with a moto "Love For All Hatred For None" They truly live by their Moto.

5  Thank khalid h
Reviewed 3 June 2016 via mobile

'Love for All , Hatred for None' is the motto & slogan written on the entrance to this impressive complex called Baitul Futuh Mosque.Built in 2003, it was included in the top 50 buildings of the world from the architecture point of view. The complex,...More

5  Thank Tariq B
Reviewed 11 May 2016

Very interesting visit. Took a group of SEBD boys on a class trip and we couldn't have been more welcomed. Fabulous building and wonderful people. Very patient with some silly behaviour from our boys. Would highly recommend a visit.

6  Thank Anjee B
Reviewed 29 March 2015 via mobile

As one of the largest mosques in Europe you couldn't expect anything more. A tour is definitely a must do and just security when you enter. Avoid Fridays as that's there busiest day. The people are so hospitable and friendly. They do alot for their...More

15  Thank Michelle C
Reviewed 23 May 2014

Being one of the largest mosques in Europe and the largest in Western Europe at the time it was built, it is definitely worth a visit. Make sure to visit during any day except Friday to avoid the rush as it can get extremely busy...More

14  Thank Muffingg
Reviewed 31 March 2014

Definitely a treat to visit the picturesque mosque, largest in Europe and made from volunteer donations of a community. Guided tour also available from Mosque's administration. A must see when visiting London

7  Thank HamidJalal
Reviewed 21 February 2012

Very nice mosque, a real gem in the middle of Morden Suburbia. A very open and welcoming community of people. Love their ethos of 'Love for All Hatred for None'. The tour guide showed us around the mosque prayer area for both men and women,...More

16  Thank UberSleeper9
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