17 September 2021 (Open for visits 10am-4pm; Optional tours every half hour)
Glasgow Gurdwara is situated in the middle of the heart of Pollokshields. It is the first purposely built Gurdwara (Sikh Temple) in Scotland. It was built in 2013.
It is next to the Tramway on Albert drive. It is a two story building complete with main prayer hall, Langar hall (free kitchen), seven classrooms which get utilised for Sunday Panjabi School, Religious, Music and English classes.
Situated in multicultural Pollokshields, the Gurdwara acts as a cultural, educational and religious hub for Sikhs and the wider community. The Gurdwara serves the whole community by promoting free education services, a free kitchen, faith and cultural services and a range of advice & support services.
Booking is not essential to visit the site, but is required if you'd like to attend a guided tour. To book please call or email 0141 423 8288 / 07786950653; firstname.lastname@example.org from 1st September, 3pm
Parking: Available onsite
Accessibility: No Wheelchair or mobility scooter allowed in Worship area. Access will be available in Main Foyer and Langar hall.
Children are very welcome to come along with parents and carers.
Building Date: 2013
To book please call or email 0141 423 8288 / 07786950653; email@example.com from 1st September, 3pm