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BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir – popularly known as the Neasden Temple – is a masterpiece of traditional Hindu design and exquisite Indian workmanship in the heart of north-west London. It is dedicated to the worship of Bhagwan Swaminarayan and the...more
Hours Today: 9:00 am - 6:00 pm
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
105-119 Brentfield Road | Neasden, London NW10 8LD, England
All reviews beautiful temple white marble shayona restaurant hindu religion remove your shoes metal detector peaceful place main temple intricate carvings bakerloo line wembley stadium airport style security check amazing architecture no photography permanent exhibition souvenir shop
I'm thirteen years old , I went to England but also to Dover , Canterburry ,London and Brighton from the fourteenth to the nineteenth of October for a school trip. We visited an Indian temple on tuesday, they were not a lot of people....More
This place is mind blowing, you are suddenly in a busy area with busy roads huge shops, then you cross the road and go to this quiet residential area and then there in the middle of houses it is WOW!!!
In the inside the building...More
After visiting the wonderful, calm Temple for the service, we ate in the restaurant adjacent to the Car Park. It is a self service help yourself place, with lots of different dishes to choose from. They are all tasty and fresh and excellent value. Décor...More
Hye, I'm french and I went to London with my immersion class. I visited the temple Shri Swaminarayan. It's a magnificent temple India. The visit is well organised. The temple is amazing and very surpizing. I recommend this visit with your friends, childrens or solo....More
Wednesday,the 17 th of october of 2018, I visited a temple. That's the Shri Swaminarayan. With my class, we entered into the temple : there were statues, beautiful drawings on carpets
(illusions). After, we visited the temple : many expositions, a video presenting the Indians...More
Having seen this Hindu temple mentioned on the television a couple of times, a long weekend in London gave me the opportunity to head out to see it in the flesh. And I'm glad I did.
It was slightly unfortunate that the grounds around the...More
The Shri Swaminarayan is a must to visit for so many reasons. My first impression is one of such warm welcome. I am not Hindu and my reason for going was to explore and understand this rich religion for my religious studies course work..
Tight security on entering and shoes need to be removed before one can visit the Mandir. Photography and video recording is not permitted. Amazing architecture, involving 6 architects and numerous entries in the record books. The marble is Italian and there is the opportunity to...More