Our walking tour in London is now available virtually! Have a “walk in your armchair” and see how a small square in Westminster, London shows the fulfilment of Bible prophecy and provides stark warnings as to disunity and its consequences. All without an umbrella!!
Tour 12: United in a Disunited World
Can now be booked as an in-person tour or a virtual tour.
Many have now enjoyed the powerful and moving tour highlighting the courage and integrity of Jehovah’s servants as seen in the Nazi and other records!
Tour 17: Integrity and Courage – Jehovah’s Witnesses during the Holocaust
The Wiener Holocaust Library in London is the world’s oldest institution devoted to the study of the Holocaust. It’s amazing collection of over one million items includes powerful evidence of the Integrity and Courage of Jehovah’s Witnesses. We will see from the Nazi records how Jehovah’s people were able to stand firm.
This tour is available both as an in-person (weekdays only) and virtual tour.
In Person Tours have fully resumed now.
Will you be able to visit us soon? For groups of less than 10 individuals, in person tours are available on Saturdays in the British Museum.
To request an in person tour, please use this form.
The “Virtual” Bible Tours have been very well received over the ‘lockdown years’ and we continue to offer them.
Our “Virtual Tours” are not just streamed videos, but interactive with a “live” guide using Zoom. Your guide will be a very experienced tour guide usually 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 please use this booking form.
All tours are available both in-person and virtually with the following exceptions….
In Person Only
Tour 10 – The Rise and Rule of the 7th World Power (London Coach Tour)
Tour 11 – ‘Time Matters’ (Royal Observatory, Greenwich, London)
Tour 18 – Observe Intently Jehovah’s Creation (Colchester Zoo)
Tour 7 –The Bible and Its Fight to Live!
Tour 14 – “In an Awe-Inspiring Way I am Wonderfully Made”
Tour 16 – “I Am Creating Jerusalem a Cause for Joy”
Although the guides are unpaid volunteers, we do need to charge a small amount for the Administration of the tours and 50p per adult being donated to the respective Museum/institution.
For virtual tours the cost is – Adults £3.00 per tour, children (5-15 years) 50p per tour.
For in-person tours the cost is usually – Adults £5.00 per tour, children (5-15 years) 50p per tour, but some locations outside the British Museum charge entrance fees, so please check the individual tour details.
Please note that the telephone and email systems are not manned outside UK office hours.