since
1969

Meander is by no means the only tour operator at the British Museum, however there are many reasons for booking a Tour with us.

 

Meander’s approach to all of its Tours is to develop scriptural themes – which really is quite different. Our experienced guides are congregation elders and/or in full-time service… and their expressions reflect a deep love for Jehovah.

 

Meander’s aim at the British Museum is to build appreciation for Jehovah and his written word the Bible as well as to provide an environment in which to enjoy wholesome Christian association, ensuring that everyone who joins our tours finds the experience spiritually uplifting and refreshing. This requires that Tour operator, guide and visitor have the same objective – to give all credit to Jehovah and his organisation.

 

Meander kindly requests that you dress respectfully (as you would for a meeting at the Kingdom Hall or visiting Bethel). Jesus said his genuine followers would be in the world and yet no part of it. This is possible because they adhere to the high standards and principles set out in God's Word. 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.

 

Meander (over the past 40 years) has donated over £225,000.00 to the British Museum on behalf of the hundreds of thousands of Jehovah’s Witness visitors from around the world who have booked a Tour at the British Museum with us.

 

Meander’s History

In 1969, Emmanuel Zervides (pictured above with a group) first conducted informal tours around the British Museum.

 

Then, in 1972, the British Museum granted him formal permission to conduct tours at the Museum for Jehovah’s Witnesses and their friends.

 


 

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.

 

 

 

 

 
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