Meander Bible Tours is a company run exclusively by Jehovah’s Witnesses, providing Bible Tours to Jehovah’s Witnesses and their friends. Our guides are congregation elders and/or in full-time service and their expressions reflect a deep love for Jehovah.

We strive to develop scriptural themes, and look to the Bible as our main reference source. Of course, many of the exhibits we show on our tours demonstrate the accuracy of the Bible and give evidence of its Divine source, but our tours take the approach of developing themes – showing not only how the artifacts support and relate to the Bible, but also how the Bible and the exhibits connect with our lives as modern Christians.

The aim of all of our tours is to build appreciation for Jehovah and his written word the Bible. Those enjoying our tours have found them very faith strengthening. We also strive to provide an environment in which to enjoy wholesome Christian association so that everyone who joins our tours finds the experience spiritually uplifting and refreshing. Our guides humbly endeavour to give all credit to Jehovah and his organisation.

Identification Badges and Dress

Meander Bible Tours will usually provide a badge, which we would kindly request you wear at all times when on tour with us. By wearing the badge and dressing respectfully (as you would for a meeting at the Kingdom Hall or visiting Bethel) Jehovah’s Witnesses visiting the British Museum have gained an excellent reputation over the years for their orderly conduct and exemplary dress, giving a fine witness.

Why book with Meander?

ONLY MEANDER OFFER ALL OF THE FOLLOWING…

  • Are the original guides conducting tours at the British Museum.
  • Making donations to the British Museum on behalf of JWs & received formal recognition from the British Museum on behalf of JWs
  • Have Guides who have served our brothers and sisters at the Museum for over 30 years.
  • Have Guides who are Elders and/or in Full-Time Service who seek to give sole credit to Jehovah
  • Have provided an excellent witness to the British Museum and all observers through the exemplary dress & conduct of our brothers & sisters who kindly heed the request to dress as if attending a meeting.