Doors Open Weekend give you free access to hundreds of fascinating buildings across Scotland. Every weekend in September you can explore places that are normally closed to the public. Some open up once a year, some just once in a lifetime. This is your chance to discover the architecture, design, buildings, places and spaces right on your doorstep or explore a new part of the country.

Dundee Central Mosque is situated near the town centre of Dundee city; it is the first purpose built Mosque in North-East Scotland, built using traditional Scottish materials and energy efficient construction techniques. The Mosque is rich in Islamic symbolism and includes two prayer halls built facing Makkah and above the Minbar (pulpit) is a copper dome, both symbolic and for light.

Every year, the mosque is part of The Scottish Civic Trust Doors Open Days initiative. This year Doors Open Weekend is on Saturday 16th September and Sunday 17th September from 10.30am-4.00pm (both days).  

  • Free Food and refreshments
  • Exhibitions
  • Guided tours
  • Stalls
  • Free literature
  • Free copies of the Quran
  • Prayer demonstrations  
  • Free parking on site 
  • Disabled access



Below is a list of guidelines we advise visitors to the mosque to adhere to:

All visitors are requested to remove footwear and place them in the shoe stands provided at the entrance as the whole mosque is carpeted and clean.

All visitors are requested to dress modestly. It will be greatly appreciated if females could cover their hair.

Please respect the Mosque as a place of worship and quiet contemplation.

We hope you enjoy your visit and should you have any questions or concerns during the visit, please speak to your guide in the first instance.


Directions and volunteer @

Address: 6 Miln Street, Dundee. DD1 5BZ