The Bahá’í House of Worship of South America opens its doors, welcoming all who wish to enjoy the building and its gardens. To visit the Temple and its extensive areas of native gardens during visiting hours, it will not be necessary to make a reservation, taking into consideration its visiting hours: The House of Worship is closed to the public on Mondays and during the national inalienable holidays.
Additionally, guided visits will be offered daily for individuals and groups. You can make a reservation by email by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone at +56 2 32209942.
The Bahá’í House of Worship is a religious place, open to the public for free. Visitors are asked to dress according to a place of worship, to maintain the cleanliness of the area, and to observe appropriate and respectful behavior towards others.
Photography: Photography will be permitted, except in the interior of the Temple.
Food and drink: Refreshments will be available in a designated area near the entrance to the gardens, however, eating, drinking or smoking will not be permitted inside of the Temple or its gardens.
Pets: We kindly request that you do not bring pets to the House of Worship.
Silence: Please observe silence inside of the temple.
Closed days:The House of Worship will be closed to the public each Monday and during the national inalienable holidays.
Diagonal Las Torres 2000
Peñalolén, Región Metropolitana
Phone: +56 2 32209942