A special access tour inside the place of worshipIslam is an ancient religion with 1.6 billion adherents to its practices today, making it the second largest religion in the world after Christianity. New York's melting pot aesthetic is what attracts many to its streets and to cater to its people, the Islamic Culture Center was the first to be erected as a mosque in the Upper East Side. Built in 1991 through the donations of 45 Muslim countries, this late Modernist mosque boasts a school, library, lecture hall, museum, and a tower in which you'll walk up. Head to a local eatery for food and drinks afterwards.
Please arrive on time or the tour will leave without you. Sorry, but no refunds for latecomers.