We warmly invite you to tour our branch offices, generally referred to as Bethel. Some of our offices also have self-guided exhibits.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Alert: In many countries, we have suspended tours of our branches. For details, please contact the branch you would like to tour.
Should you make a reservation before arriving for a tour? Yes. To prevent overcrowding and ensure that all enjoy their tour, we ask that all visitors reserve a tour before their visit, regardless of the size of the group.
If you do not have a reservation, will you still be able to take a tour? If you do not reserve a tour, we may not be able to accommodate you. Because of the space available, only a limited number will be able to tour each day.
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Lvivska Street 64
A 30-minute guided tour highlights how the branch supervises the activity of the more than 1,500 congregations of Jehovah’s Witnesses in Ukraine, how it coordinates the construction of Kingdom Halls, and how it oversees the translation of Bible literature into Romany (Chokeshi, Lovari), Romany (Ukraine), Russian Sign Language, Rusyn (Carpathian), and Ukrainian.
Additionally, visitors can visit an exhibit of the history of Jehovah’s Witnesses in Ukraine. Visitors may also take a self-guided tour of the property and enjoy refreshments at the guest center. The duration of the tour is approximately 2.5 hours.