Would you like to learn how to operate a nuclear power plant?
Blink - the lights on the control panel are on. Blink – an alert system has started working. Blink - you are entrusted to operate the most powerful nuclear reactor. All responsibility is on your shoulders. Will you manage?
Take part in an educational excursion to the Ignalina Nuclear Power Plant Control Room simulator! The simulator fully imitates the real plant's Control Room at the time of the Unit's shutdown, as of December 31, 2009.
Price per person (minimum group size - 15 people)
Duration of the excursion
General understanding of physics
Basics of physics would a great advantage to understand the main idea of the excursion.
Min. 15 people Max. 30 people
Excursion's starting place
During the excursion the experts (who, actually, still work at the power plant full-time) will explain and show you how to operate a nuclear reactor from the control panel. They will also tell you about what it's like to work in the Control Room and why the simulator was necessary at all. To take things a little further, experts will simulate some emergency situations, which you'll try to cope with following the instructions of the experts. A once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to become a nuclear power plant operator just for a day!
Why choose this excursion?
True replica of the actual Ignalina nuclear power plant control panel
Thrilling and exciting simulation experience
As seen in the HBO "Chernobyl" TV series
Get an understanding of nuclear power plant's operations
Available for visits on weekends (the actual power plant is not)!
Your excursion guides are the REAL people still working at the plant
Ready to join?
Fill in the form below to inquire about the tour and book!