Neasden Temple

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Neasden Temple: The Mandir is made from stone and marble. The exhibition describes Hinduism and the significant contributions by India in all fields. The display is presented through visual effects, paintings, tableaux and traditional craftwork. Also a video presentation which explains how the Mandir was built.

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Variants:
Shree Swaminarayan Hindu Mandir

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London underground

Neasden Station on the Jubilee Line,
Stonebridge Park Station on the Bakerloo Line, Wembley Park Station on the Metropolitan Line/Jubilee Line.

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206 from Tesco, Harlesden or Kilburn. PR2 from Park Royal, Stonebridge Park or Wembley Park (Via Brentfield Road). 112 from Finchley ,Brent Cross, Neasden (Brent Park) or Ealing Broadway. 232 from Wood Green, Brent Cross or Neasden (Brent Park). 92 from Ealing Hospital, Greenford, Wembley Central or Tesco/Ikea

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Opening times:
MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFridaySaturdaySunday
09:00 - 18:0009:00 - 18:0009:00 - 18:0009:00 - 18:0009:00 - 18:0009:00 - 18:0009:00 - 18:00

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AdultChild (6-16)OAP
£2.00£1.50£1.50

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Address: 105-119 Brentfield Road, Neasden, London, NW10 8LD, UK
Phone: +44 20 8965 2651

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