Actually went twice! The first time was to an open day featuring a special exhibition by Alberto Morales. Once inside, the main hall was divided into many sections dealing with the history of the centre and all things Islam. There were many experts on hand who were able and willing to give us an explanation of their area. We even got to get a print out of our names in Arabic - odd to read it right to left. We then had an opportunity to taste many varieties of dates - a specialty from Saudi Arabia. The second visit was to take the official tour. We were very impressed by how open the centre is. Nothing seemed to be off limits and we were taken to many areas including the main prayer room. Be amazed at the architecture. No statues or pictures to see as these are not part of the religion. Our guide worked hard (and succeeded) at presenting a different view of Islam and Muslims. Regardless of your religious views it was interesting to hear a different perspective. if you are a lady visitor - please wear appropriate clothing. In respect for their beliefs, there is the need to cover up.
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