Glasgow Gurdwara Guru Granth Sahib Sikh Sabha
37 Albert Drive, G41 2PE
Established in Glasgow’s South Side in the 1960s, the Gurdwara moved to a spectacular purpose-built building, inspired by traditional South Asian architecture, in 2013. A community facility providing free education and a full free kitchen. Visit to find out more.
The £4million complex, designed and built by Scottish companies adds to the elegance of the Glasgow skyline. Guided tours will be available by local community volunteers. This will involve a tour of the building, discussion, Q&A full of interesting facts and information about the Sikh community.
No alcohol, tobacco or other intoxicants (including e-cigarettes) are allowed within the Gurdwara premises. Footwear needs to be removed in marked designated areas upon arrival.
More information can be found here.
Fri & Sat, Every hour 10am – 3pm; 45 mins
**incorrectly listed as Sat & Sun in our brochure**
Booking essential - Opens September 1st 10am
Parking: Available onsite
Accessibility: No Wheelchair or mobility scooter allowed in Worship area. Access will be available in Main Foyer and Langar hall.
0141 423 8288,