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Muslim Women Tour

Muslim Woman Tour

Quick Details

Adult (16+) Ages 16+
£35
Families Two adults and two children
£100
Children 8-15
£16
Infant Ages 0 - 4
Free

We have curated a new guided walking tour that celebrates Muslim women in London, Britain.

You will discover:

The first female lawyer in Britain and how she was discriminated against
The site of the home belonging to Britain’s first female to perform Hajj, Lady Zeinab Cobbold
Burlington Arcade’s mystery female convert who took her Shahada whilst flying on a plane to Paris
The Piccadilly Hotel’s robbery witness
The Lady who lead the Muslim Society of Great Britain in the 1930s
Have you heard about the largest female prayer space in Central London?
Also, how did Lady Montagu describe Muslim women in the 1700s?

There will be a coffee break in a hidden Muslim gem!

About tour guide

Multi-award winning AbdulMaalik Tailor is a convert to Islam, who is Britain’s first professionally qualified Muslim tour guide and discovered London’s first known Mosque of 1895 and the site of London’s first public known Eid prayers on 1894 which he worked tirelessly for a blue plaque to be erected at the site.

He has spoken widely around the world about Halal tourism in Britain and is regularly sought after by international and British media.

This walking tour is available to corporate, schools, mosques, youth and women’s groups as private tours. Please email info@halaltourismbritain.com for further assistance.

Important

Be at the starting location outside The Supreme Court, Little George Street, London SW1P 3BD.  Use www.tfl.gov.uk to plan ahead. This court is behind the Abraham Lincoln statue on Parliament Square.

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Closet Mosque to end location which also has a female prayer place:
Mayfair Islamic Centre
19 Hertford Street, London W1J 7RU. Any enquiries relating to the Mosque please make direct enquiries with them 020 7495 8283

Closet tube stations to start location:
St James’s Park Station served by the Circle and District lines
Westminster station served by Circle, District and Jubilee lines

Closet tube station to finish location:
Hyde Park Corner station served by Piccadilly line
Marble Arch served by Central line