Neasden Temple, located in northwest London, is an exquisite Hindu temple. The temple is dedicated to the founder of Swaminarayan (Bhagwan Swaminarayan) and has attracted many worshippers. The 5000 tons of Bulgarian limestone, Italian and Indian marble used in the temple were all carved in 2.5 years, and then they were shipped to London for reassembly. Since its opening in 1995, this temple has attracted about 500,000 visitors every year, making it a famous Hindu shrine in London. Here you can admire the exquisite carvings, experience the traditional Indian worship rituals, or learn about the long history of this world's oldest religion. It is open all year round, where you can enjoy a moment of tranquility and feel the beauty of religion.
The shop adjacent to the parking lot sells Indian produce or nothing, can't bring your cell phone into the temple, must take your shoes off. The entrance is free but there is an exhibition about Hinduism and the entrance fee is very reasonable 2 pounds.