37 Albert DriveÂ G41 2PE
Scotlandâ€™s first purpose built Sikh Gurdwara is inspired by traditional South Asian architecture. Join a guided tour and find out about the treasured history of the Scottish Sikh community; from translating Robert Burns poems to creating their very own Scottish Sikh Tartan. Shoes to be removed and heads to be covered. No alcohol or cigarettes permitted.
A visit to The Glasgow Gurdwara will provide you with unparalleled access to one of the most unique buildings in Glasgow. This premier institution has hosted over 65,000 visitors since opening in April 2013 and serves over 5,000 community members every week.
Come along for a guided tour by one of our Ambassadors and find out all about the treasured history of the Scottish Sikh community. From translating Robert Burns poems into our mother tongue of Panjabi to creating our very own Scottish Sikh Tartan, the Glasgow Gurdwara is our commitment to Scotland and proudly displays our values of equality, humanity and justice.
Part of the Childrens Programme: We have a Nursery which can be utilised by visitors. Bookings must be made in advance. All our volunteers are Disclosure Checked.
Discover Scotlands Year of Food and Drink: Our Langar Free Kitchen serves authentic Panjabi food for members of the community.
Number in Brochure: 68
Fri & Sat 11am 4pm. Tours: every half hour; 1/2 hour. Meeting Point: Reception Ground Floor
Restrictions on Access: Cultural requirements are for shoes to be removed and heads to be covered. Those who have consumed alcohol or cigarettes prior are not permitted on site and consumption of alcohol & cigarettes is not permitted on site.
Full Disabled Access
Nearest Train or Subway Station(s): Pollokshields East & Pollokshields West & Shields Road Subway
Parking: Car Park Available On-Site Free of Charge
Disabled Parking Available
0141 423 8288