We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
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: 09:00 - 18:00
See all hours
Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
105-119 Brentfield Road | Neasden, London NW10 8LD, England
All reviews beautiful temple white marble shayona restaurant remove your shoes hindu religion peaceful place metal detector main temple indian temple intricate carvings bakerloo line wembley stadium airport style security check permanent exhibition small donation souvenir shop
It took me to go a Jewish funeral this morning to make me realised that I have a list of things that I haven’t done & one of them was to make time & go to BAPS Shri Swaminarayan .it was amazing so peaceful ,...More
My wife and I have been meaning to visit for years and so glad we finally got round to it. The buildings are beautiful and inside the carvings are amazing. We didn't do a tour and volunteers and staff are so helpful and nice. A...More
What an amazing place, just can't believe it's only 23 years old the craftsmanship is outstanding.
The people are wonderful and it has a lovely atmosphere.
The centre has done a huge amount for the community it's a shame us Christian's can't be so good....More
A great day at the temple. The restaurant buffet meal was enjoyed by us all. The museum was a good introduction to a different culture and religion. The volunteers who run it all were so very welcoming and keen to talk about a place their...More
The first impression from outside to visitors is just normal. But once you set your foot inside, one stares in amazement at the art, sclupture, the intrinsic carvings and the glory of Hinduism in its grandeur.
Known as the Biggest Hindu Temple outside India: The...More
A totally white building from the outside. But once entered the intricate carvings on the walls, roof and statues can make your jaws dropped. Totally mesmerizing and makes one wonder how do they do it especially the carvings hanging down from the high roof ,...More
Once you get past the treacherous struggle of finding the temple it’s well worth the time to visit.
Beautiful architecture and gardens around the temple which you can walk around at leisure and take photos.
You can’t take photos inside the temple so I’d advise...More