In 1969, Emmanuel Zervides (on the left – pictured with a group of guides in Egypt) first conducted informal tours around the British Museum, having been requested to do so in connection with the International Convention. The tours were so popular they have continued ever since.
Then, in 1972, the British Museum granted formal permission to conduct tours at the Museum for Jehovah’s Witnesses and their friends. In the years since, the guide team who worked with Brother Zervides grew to around 25. Many hundreds of thousands of Jehovah’s Witnesses and interested ones have benefited from the spiritually upbuilding and instructive tours over the years.
In 2015 sadly Brother Zervides died, but as was his wish, the guides who worked with him over the years continue to provide guided Tours under the name of MBT and aim to maintain the same high standard & quality of Tour for their brothers & sisters.
Meander’s guides are pleased to conduct tours at the British Museum for Jehovah’s Witnesses and their friends, continuing with this work started all those years ago.