Private tours


OBJECTIVE: Intended both for school-age and older persons who are interested in the history, principles of operation, safety and main decommissioning works of the Nuclear Power plant. 

DESCRIPTION: The layout of the INPP unit, the layout of the fuel assembly, the layout of the spent nuclear fuel storage container CASTOR and the layouts of the short-lived radioactive waste repositories planned to be built will be inspected in the INPP exposition halls.Educational videos (INPP history, construction, operation stages, radioactive radiation) can be shown as needed. Using virtual reality glasses, we present the ongoing stages of spent nuclear fuel management. All pupils and students can play interactive games on the Smart Board. Following the tour, you can explore our projects using virtual reality glasses.

DURATION: ~ 1 hour. 

ORGANIZATION: During the summer season (June to September), tours are available on Mondays and Tuesdays at 1 pm

PRICE: free of charge.

LANGUAGE: Lithuanian, English or Russian (as required).

NUMBER OF VISITORS: The tour takes place with a minimum of 5 people.

RESERVATION: please arrange arrival in advance by phone (+370386) 28193, +370 658 17 766,  or e-mail: 

ADDRESS: Elektrinės st. 12/1, Druksiniai village, Visaginas municipality (google maps).


We keep the right to take photos / videos during the tour, so you can be seen in photos and videos. Photos / videos can be published on the INPP website or on social network in order to inform the public and publicize INPP activities.




Registration for the tours is currently not available. All the information concerning tour renewal will be announced later. 


OBJECTIVE: The tour is intended for individuals and legal entities interested in the history of Ignalina Nuclear Power plant, principle of operation, main decommissioning works, financing, and radiation protection requirements. Only adults (18 years and older) can participate in the tour.

DESCRIPTION:  Once you are fully equipped, you will enter the nuclear power plant through a single corridor - the gallery. Inside the controlled area, visitors will have the opportunity to become a part of the nuclear facility and experience the live operation of the Nuclear Power plant equipped with RBMK 1500 reactors (the only ones in the world). The main stops inside the plant are: the reactor hall, control room and turbine hall. At these three main stops, visitors will be able to have a look at the actual working conditions of the RBMK operation then and now.


LOCATION *: After the checkpoint, the tour takes place in the INPP controlled area: the reactor hall, turbine hall and unit control room.

*The tour route at the Nuclear Power plant may be adjusted depending on the situation. The dismantling of the visitor areas of the route is currently in progress. If the reactor hall cannot be accessed, other areas can be explored: the fuel pool and/or the main circulation pumps.

DURATION: ~ 3 hours. 

ORGANIZATION: Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays at 10:30.

PRICE: 70 euro per person (the fee does not apply to the representatives of educational institutions and media, who advertise the activities of INPP).

LANGUAGE: in Lithuanian, English or Russian.

NUMBER OF VISITORS: for groups of 5 to 15 persons only.

TOUR RESERVATION:  Send a free-form enquiry to at least 10 days prior to your arrival date.* 

*Please note that the tour will only be booked for you once a date has been agreed.

ADDITIONAL QUESTIONS: (8 386) 28 193, +370 658 17 766 or via email  

ADDRESS: Elektrinės st. 12/1, Druksiniai village, Visaginas municipality ( link to google maps).



Visitors are not allowed to bring personal belongings, film, and take photos at the INPP controlled areas during the tour. However, visitors can be photographed individually or together with a group of people accompanying by the INPP representative. The INPP respects the individual's right to an image, therefore photography is taken only with the consent of the visitors orally and / or in writing and only at the request of the visitors. The INPP photos can be transferred in digital format at the request of the visitors, and photos with the visitors' images are stored for no longer than 5 working days, after which they are permanently destroyed.