Address460 Rockbridge Rd NW, Lilburn, GA 30047
Metro Atlanta's most spectacular, cultural, arts, and spiritual highlight is also open for tours. The BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir is the largest Hindu Mandir (temple) in the United States. Visitors can tour the Mandir. Open to one and all, the BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir was inaugurated in August of 2007 after only 17 months of construction. The Mandir is comprised of Turkish limestone, Italian marble, and Indian pink sandstone. More than 34,000 individual stone pieces were carved by hand in India, shipped to the USA, and assembled in Lilburn like a giant jigsaw puzzle. The Mandir is completely etched with intricate carvings, depicting a mosaic of tales of inspiration, devotion, and historic figures from Hinduism.
Enjoy hours of beauty, peace, and discovery at the BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir in Lilburn – a masterpiece of exquisite Indian design and workmanship. Marvel at the intricate marble carvings, participate in Hindu rituals or learn about the world’s oldest living faith – Hinduism. Whatever you prefer, you are welcome to visit.
For Individuals & Families:
The Mandir is open to all and entry is free. Individuals and families are not required to book their visit in advance. Visiting hours are from 9am to 6pm daily with the best times to visit being from 9am to 12pm and 3:30pm to 6pm. Audio tours are available in multiple languages in the Mandir Gift & Book Shop.
Guided Tours for Schools and Groups Visit:
Schools and groups are welcome to visit the BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir. A guided tour of the Mandir is provided by tour guides to groups of 10+ people with advanced reservations Monday thru Saturday. For more information on guided tours for groups, visit our Tour Reservations webpage.
Modest dress code required - NO shorts or skirts above the knee, NO tank tops or sleeveless tops. Please leave all personal belongings/backpacks inside your vehicle.
Conduct: Cell phones must be switched off inside the Mandir. Please observe silence and refrain from touching or leaning against the delicate carvings in the Mandir.
Photography for personal use maybe taken from ground level outside the Mandir only. No photography or video inside the Mandir. Professional photography or photo sessions with any photography gear are not permitted.