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The team at MBT is very pleased to bring you a website that makes it possible for you to book and enjoy comprehensive Bible tours in museums throughout the world.  Below is our current staff (provided for those who prefer to know who they’re speaking to or to know who are working behind the scenes to make these tours possible):


Owner, Executive Manager, Writer & Editor


Owner & Bookkeeping


Co-founder, Virtual Tours Manager, Podcast Manager, Tour Guide/Virtual Tour Guide, Writer & Editor


Tour Guide/Virtual Tour Guide/ Writer & Editor


Tour Guide/Virtual Tour Guide, Writer & Editor


General Manager & Customer Service


Assistant Manager & Customer Service

All praise and thanks go to Jehovah for making these tours possible and for the opportunity that we are given to share the research done with our fellow Brothers and Sisters!

Our Story

The travel company Bethel Coach Tours (which owns and operates Museum Bible Tours) was first started in 1988. BCT saw an opportunity to assist fellow brothers and sisters to visit the Bethel facilities in New York State, including the world headquarters of Jehovah’s Witnesses in New York City. So we gathered information on how we could do it and went to work. Our first trip ever to New York City and Bethel was organized for our local congregation in Alamogordo, New Mexico. Now BCT arranges for Jehovah’s Witnesses from all over the world to see the Bethel homes (branch offices) in different countries.

Fast-forward to 2016 and another need became evident. For several years Jehovah’s Witnesses living on the east coast have enjoyed taking Bible tours at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. We thought, could something similar be organized on the west coast? Again, we gathered information on how we could do it and went to work. The BCT team came up with a website called Museum Bible Tours which serves as a clearinghouse and portal for all of our Bible tour arrangements. Presently, we offer Bible tours at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, in Los Angeles, California, The Plantin-Moretus Museum in Antwerp, Belgium the Israel Museum in Jerusalem, Israel, the Oriental Institute Museum in Chicago, Illinois, and the Museum of the Bible in Washington, DC. In time, we hope to have other reputable museums as part of the Museum Bible Tours’ arrangements.

In keeping with BCT’s approach of using coaches to transport brothers and sisters across the United States, and in other countries, to see Bethel, BCT uses a coach as its logo. To honor BCT’s tradition, Museum Bible Tours’ logo is an ancient chariot. Additionally, you will notice that the banners on the chariot rotate and appear in three different languages. The banner in Hebrew is in honor of the fact that part of the Bible was originally written in Hebrew. The banner in Greek is in recognition of the fact that other parts of the Bible were originally written in Greek. And the Latin banner is in honor of the fact that this language was one of the first languages that the Bible was translated into after its completion.

What do the banners say in Hebrew, Greek and Latin? “Bible Tours.”

We know that you will thoroughly enjoy your Bible tours at all of the museums we are offering tours through Museum Bible Tours!

Since 2011, Macy Mah and her team in Paris, France began offering a variety of Bible tours at the Louvre Museum and of the city.

In the 2000’s World Powers Tours began giving Bible tours at the world-renowned Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City, USA.

Also, in the 2010’s Rocky Scrimshire and Timothy E. Martin of Bethel Coach Tours (an Online Tour Company of Jehovah’s Witnesses for Jehovah’s Witnesses, their families and friends) organized and began conducting Bible tours at the Israel Museum in Jerusalem (with the able help of Derek House of the U.K.)