What to expect when visiting The Glasgow Gurdwara:
Visitors will be greeted at the door by one of our many Glasgow Gurdwara Ambassadors. Everyone visiting the Gurdwara is required to remove their shoes and wear a head scarf (hats and hoodies are not permitted and head coverings are available from the Gurdwara.) Tours will be available on Friday 14th & Saturday 15th September 2018 from 10am – 4pm and everyone from all faiths, communities and backgrounds are welcome. Bookings are only required for Friday 14th September.
This year’s Roti Club Workshops are now fully booked. To check if tickets become available, please visit our Eventbrite bookings page by clicking here.
To book a tour for Friday 14th September, please visit our bookings page by clicking here. You do not need to book a tour for Saturday 15th September.
(Please note, the Gurdwara is a family-friendly attraction and a faith-based institution and visitors should not enter under the consumption of, or in the possession of, alcohol or cigarettes. Glasgow Gurdwara Ambassadors may refuse entry to visitors.)
The tours of the Gurdwara are approximately 25 – 35 minutes. Groups of all sizes are welcome. The tour will consist of the following format:
- An introduction of what happens at the Gurdwara on a day-to-day basis.
- Following this introduction, the group will be led upstairs to the Darbar Hall (prayer hall), Educational Suite and Sachkhand Room.
- The tour guide will provide information on Guru Granth Sahib Ji – the Sikh Scriptures, and the importance the Scriptures have in the Sikh faith and Sikh services.
- The group will then be led downstairs to the Langar Hall for a viewing experience of the Langar in action and to view the Sikh History exhibition. This is where the tour will conclude.
- Visitors are free to ask any questions that they may have and are also welcome to share in a community meal.
- There will be a Sikh Exhibition on display throughout the weekend.
Last year, we hosted over 1,500 visitors and we are looking forward to welcoming even more this year. If you are unable to visit us during Doors Open Day, you can still visit us anytime by booking a visit with us by clicking here http://www.glasgowgurdwara.org/contact-us/
- Nearest train station is Pollokshields East
- We have free Car Parking for Visitors and a Bike Stand
- Charge up your phones and cameras and feel free to take photos of the stunning Gurdwara
- We are fully accessible and we have a Lift to all floors, extra wheelchairs and Accessible toilets.
- We are also next door to Tramway and the Hidden Gardens – a must if you are nearby!
Photos from previous Doors Open Day events:
Caroline Lucas MP & Patrick Harvie MSP visit the Gurdwara
Great British Bake Off star James Morton and dad Tom Morton visit Glasgow Gurdwara