Since its dedication in 1984, it has received thousands of visitors from all points of the globe.
With nine symmetrical sides and entrances, the distinctive architecture of the House of Worship embodies grace and beauty. Particularly striking is the main auditorium, with its majestic dome soaring 28 meters (92 feet) high and inset with converging lines of mirrored glass.
The House of Worship rises out of 20 acres of carefully maintained prayer gardens, which are host to more than 60 species of flowers, plants, and trees all native to Samoa. Interspersed with footpaths and bridges, the gardens can be the scene for personal reflection, or simply a stroll through the natural beauty of Samoa.
Also located on the grounds are the Visitors’ Information Centre for those interested in knowing more about the House of Worship or the Bahá'í Faith, a book and gift shop, and toilet facilities.
A public interfaith prayer service is held at the House of Worship every Sunday morning at 10am. It features prayers and holy writings from a selection of world religions, as well as a Samoan choir. Following the service light refreshments are served in the visitors’ centre.