Hi brothers

My daughter and I wanted to express our appreciation for the tour we attended.

We appreciated it very much, enjoyed it immensely and learned a lot.

We enjoyed [the guide’s] commentary very much.

Thank you for the hard work put in by all involved.

Warm Christian love to all

Papakura, Auckland, New Zealand

I just wanted to take a moment to let you know how amazed we were with our tour this past Saturday.  We took the tour “Jehovah is a God of true prophesy” with [Guide]. What an amazing tour guide – I could have listened to him all day.  The tour was so fabulous, so much intriguing information presented in such a short time.  The artifacts were so fascinating and then to tie them in with the bible…..a beautiful gift from JehovahOur group was amazed and delighted! 
Thank you for fitting us into your busy schedule.  It is a tour we will treasure for a very long time!
Our love and greetings from Oregon, in the United States.

A group from the Belfast Fortwilliam congregation enjoyed a ‘virtual’ Tour 2 – ‘Jehovah is a God of True Prophecy’. They seemed to enjoy it, their feedback is….


Good afternoon Brothers and Sisters,

On behalf of all who took the virtual tour this morning I would like to thank all involved including our guide _____.
It was very encouraging and faith strengthening to see that Jehovah IS the God of true prophecy.
Your Brother
(for Belfast Fortwilliam)

Dear brothers
Titchfield congregation would like to thank you very much for the amazing virtual tour. We all thoroughly enjoyed it and were reminded of Jehovah’s amazing qualities through his creation. And another reminder of his amazing earthly organisation, supplying spiritual food no matter what.
Your brothers and sisters
Titchfield congregation

We have been developing and testing “Virtual Tours” in both the Natural History Museum (London) and the British Museum.

These have been very well received, and we starting to take bookings for the tours now. Just to explain, the “Virtual Tours” are not just a streamed video, but interactive with a “live” guide using Zoom. Your guide will be a very experienced tour guide with decades of experience in conducting Bible tours. They are unpaid volunteers, and are happy to conduct the “Virtual Tours” for their spiritual family and interested ones.

If you are interested in arranging a “virtual tour” in the British Museum or Natural History Museum, please email or phone us. At this time, we are offering the following tours in this format…

British Museum

Tour 2Jehovah Is A God of True Prophecy

Tour 13Hold Fast to What is Fine

Natural History Museum

Tour 14 – “In an Awe-Inspiring Way I am Wonderfully Made”

Tour 15 – “His Invisible Qualities Are Clearly Seen”

On Saturday we tested presenting a “virtual” tour with a live commentary to a group from Tottenham Hale congregation in London.

Unfortunately, their original tour in the Natural History Museum was one that was cancelled due to the current circumstances.

We received feedback following their “virtual tour” from the group today…..


Dear brothers and sisters at Meander,

On behalf of our group I just wanted to express how much we enjoyed the virtual tour on Saturday. It was a resounding success and we want to thank you so much for making it possible.

My group really loved it, so much so we would be very interested in doing tour number 15 as a virtual tour if it’s available. Please let us know if we could book for that and how much that would be.

Due to a sound issue at the very beginning of the tour we missed our tour guides name. Please pass on our thanks and appreciation for his hard work.

Thanks again for providing such faith strengthening tours in these last of the last days.

Warm Christian love,

Tottenham Hale congregation

If you are interested in arranging a “virtual tour” in the Natural History Museum, please email or phone us. At this time, we are offering both Tour 14 – “In an Awe-Inspiring Way I am Wonderfully Made” and Tour 15“His Invisible Qualities Are Clearly Seen” using Zoom. We hope to make “virtual tours” of the British Museum available too in the near future.

Further to our recent post about Coronavirus and the suspension of all our tours at least until the 1st June, the British Museum and the Natural History Museum have announced that their buildings are closed until further notice.

We are sorry to announce that all British Museum, Natural History Museum and other tours scheduled up to 1st June 2020 are now cancelled.

We have been carefully monitoring the situation with regard to Coronavirus, and you will probably be aware of the far reaching precautions implemented by Jehovah’s organisation. We have decided to apply these principles to our tours recognising the protective care that underpin the decisions made.

Should you have any tours booked within the next few months our office staff will be contacting you – if not already done so. It is our hope we can re-commence very soon, but we will wait for further advice from the secular and theocratic authorities. If you have a booking for June 2020 and after, please continue to check this website for the latest information and please ensure you contact us before making any travel arrangements.

Please note that the telephone and email systems are not manned outside hours.

The tours for Saturday 14th March 2020 will still go ahead.

However, we are carefully monitoring the situation with regard to Coronavirus and strive to keep up to date with the advice provided by Jehovah’s organisation and the authorities (Government and Museums – British Museum & Natural History).

While at this time we feel it is unnecessary to cancel the tours as a whole, of course, the decision to join the tours sits with each visitor or family head, and the responsibility will rest with them. We would not recommend that anyone at risk (over 70 or with underlying health issue) should attend a tour. Therefore we understand if any prospective visitor wishes to cancel their tour. For those attending the tours, it would be good to observe the precautions and advice provided by both theocratic and secular sources – that is to avoid shaking hands and to wash hands regularly and thoroughly, for example.

If you do decide to cancel, or if the numbers in the group are significantly reduced, please contact us as soon as possible, but definitely no later than 24 hours before your tour.

As the situation is rapidly changing, please check this page regularly for updates. Please note that the telephone and email systems are not manned outside hours.

Here are one of the four groups from Whittlesey congregation after completing Tour 14 at the Natural History Museum. The theme of the tour is ‘In an awe-inspiring way I am wonderfully made‘, and they certainly seemed to enjoy getting to know themselves much better! Here they are listening intently while learning about amazing things accomplished by our kidneys….

The Natural History Museum tours are now available for group bookings. Please email or phone us to arrange yours!

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