Tour FAQs

Are food or drinks allowed?

The Museum prohibits all outside food and drinks. However, the Brooklyn Museum and the Metropolitan Museum of Art has a nice café and restaurant available and your tour guide can also recommend good food spots nearby.

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Are wheelchairs available?

Yes. Check with your tour guide before your tour for more information.

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Can I audio or video record items in the museum?

Yes. However, audio and video recording of the commentary by the tour guide is not permitted due to copyright rules. Your guide will explain more about this just before your tour.

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Can I bring my own food and drink into the museum?

The museum’s policy is that no outside food and drink be brought into the museum.

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Can I organize a group on my own to take the tour?

Yes. You can have as many persons as you like in your group. Just register your group using the online reservation page. If you have less than 20 persons in your group our Museum Bible Tours office staff will make sure you are joined with others who are taking the […]

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Can I request a specific tour guide?

No. Due to all that is involved in assigning tour guides to tour groups we can not honor requests for specific tour guides.

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Can I take personal notes?

Yes.  This is recommended so you can do later research and for personal encouragement.  If you decide to take notes please bring along a notebook and pen/pencil.

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Can I take photographs?

Yes.  The taking of photographs is permitted, however please bear in mind the following stipulations: The flash fuction on your camera must remain off at all times.  This is a rule established by the museum. Pictures taken by you may be shared on a private basis, such as with friends […]

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Can price rate discounts of any kind be applied to MBT price rates?

No.  LACMA requires that MBT charge a group-rate for self-guided tours. Additionally, MBT tour groups already receive a discount which is referred to as a group-rate.  In other words, MBT tour groups are not entitled to any further discounts.

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Can we record the tour?

The Museum prohibits audio and video recordings. However, you can take as many notes as you like.

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Can you help with hotel bookings near the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and with booking flights into Los Angeles?

Yes. Los Angeles Museum Bible Tours is an approved affiliate with Expedia. Expedia has both hotels near the museum and flights into Los Angeles. Los Angeles Museum Bible Tours would like to thank you in advance for using the links provided in this FAQ to book your hotel and flights for your tour.

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Do I need to bring a Bible along for the tour?

No.  The tour is conducted in a way that makes referring to your personal copy of the Bible unnecessary.

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Does my payment for the tour also allow me access to other parts of the museum?

Yes. The only exception is special exhibitions that are held in some museums. You would be expected to pay a seperate admission fee to gain access to these exhibitions. Please check the particular museum’s FAQ you wish to visit to find out more.

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Does my payment for the tour also allow me access to other parts of the museum?

Yes, and your admission also entitles you to see any special exhibitions that are available to see while you are visiting the museum.

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How big are the tour groups?

Generally, a tour group is limited to 20 persons per time slot. This facilitates moving through the museum in an orderly fashion, but also ensures that all can hear/see the artifacts and descriptions while on the tour.

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How can I arrive to the museum by public transportation?

Trams are undeniably the best way to get around Zagreb. There are 15 routes in Zagreb, and many stop at Trg bana Jelacica (the main square). The Archaelogical Museum is 2 minutes away from the main square.

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How can I get to the museum by car or public transportation? What about parking?

The Metropolitan Museum of Art is located at 1000 5th Ave in Manhattan, at the cross street of East 82nd Street. By train, take the 4, 5, or 6 train to 86th Street, and walk three blocks west to 5th Avenue. The museum parking garage is located at 5th Avenue […]

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How Can MBT Help You Promote Bible Tours?

Do you already conduct a Museum Bible tour(s)? Do you live in a city that has a museum that is known to have artifacts related to the Bible, Bible History or Biblical Archeology and you would like to develop and conduct a tour in said museum? Here are the 3 […]

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How Do I Make a Reservation for a Tour

Please follow these simple instruction to make a tour at the museum of your choice: 1 ) From the Home page (a) select ‘Tour Location then select the city of the museum you would like to tour then (b) select ‘Our Tours’ and select the name of the tour you […]

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How do I pay for the tour?

All payments are processed by PayPal. Generally, our tours do not have a limit as to how many can book a specific day and time.

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How much does the tour cost?

Please lookup the particular museum’s FAQ you are interested in touring to see what the cost is.

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How should I dress?

We would encourage all to dress in smart/dignified casual attire.  Please wear comfortable shoes as there will be a lot of walking.

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How will I know who my tour guide is and any other pertinant information I will need to know before my scheduled tour?

About a week before your tour date you will receive a final confirmation email with all the pertinent information about your tour including day/date, time, tour guide, parking, etc.

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If I am not with a group can I still take the tour?

Yes. Just reserve a tour online! Our Bible Tours office staff will make sure you are joined with others who are taking the tour.

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If I need to cancel my tour reservation, what can I do?

We recommend that you transfer your reservation to another date when you can come for the tour. Please send an email to the MBT Office explaining your situation and the office will do its best to accommodate your request. Please include the following information: Your full name and the date […]

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Is the tour available in other languages?

No.  At this time the tour is available only in English. However, in time we hope to make the tours available in other languages.

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Is the tour available in other languages?

Yes! At the time of checkout, you can select the preferred language. Be aware however, that even though every effort is made to accommodate those in other languages, it may be in English due to scheduling.

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Is there a food break during the tour?

There may be one during the Antwerp Plantin-Moretus Museum tour other wise – No. We recommend that you eat before or after the tour. There are restaurants in the museum. You will be sent more information about this in your final confirmation email.

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Is there a food break during the tour?

No. We recommend that you eat before or after the tour. There are restaurants in the museum. You will be sent more information about this in your final confirmation email.

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Is there a place to keep our belongings during the tour?

Yes, there is a coat check. However, although we have not had any incidents, precious valuables should not be left there. NOTE: Luggage will not be accepted or held at the museum.

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Is there parking at the museum?

There is no set parking structure. It is situated right above a subway stop, so really, one could park anywhere in the city and get their easily.

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What are valid reasons to call the MBT office?

If you need a quick and sure reply to your questions or concerns, you can email us anytime! Calling us is honestly the slower route to satisfying your needs in a satisfactory manner. However, please take into account the following reasons why you might call the MBT office. Rest assured, whether […]

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What is the location of the museum?

Museum of the Bible400 4th St SW,Washington, DC 20024, USA OPEN: 10AM–7PMPhone: +1 855-554-5300

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What times is the museum open?

Hours for LACMA Monday, Tuesday, Thursday: 11 am–5 pm Friday: 11 am–8 pm Saturday, Sunday: 10 am–7 pm Closed Wednesdays, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day.

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When can I make a payment?

After you have created an account and selected the dates of your tour, you will be given a page which list the You can pay as soon as you select your tour, typically from the drop-down menu of the tour you’re interested in. Creating an account with the website is […]

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When do I receive the tickets for the tour?

You will receive your admission tickets on the day of your scheduled tour.  In the Final Tour Instructions document that you will receive about a week before your scheduled tour, you will be directed to come to the museum about a half hour before the tour begins.  It is at […]

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When is the Israel Museum open?

Israel Museum Hours Sunday, Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday 10:00 am to 5:00 pm Tuesday 4:00 pm to 10:00 pm Friday 10:00 pm to 2:00 pm

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Where can I park?

Visitors to the MFA have three self-parking options: the Huntington Lot, the Fenway Lot, and the Museum Road Garage, all of which have entrances on Museum Road. The Huntington lot offers closer parking to the Huntington Avenue Entrance and the Fenway parking lot is more accessible to the State Street […]

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Where Can I Park?

Visitors to the MFA have three self-parking options: the Huntington Lot, the Fenway Lot, and the Museum Road Garage, all of which have entrances on Museum Road. The Huntington lot offers closer parking to the Huntington Avenue Entrance and the Fenway parking lot is more accessible to the State Street […]

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Where is the archaeological museum in Zagreb, Croatia located?

The address is: 19 Nikola Subic Zrinski Square, Zagreb, Croatia

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Where is the Israel Museum located?

The Israel Museum is located in Jerusalem on 11 Ruppin Boulevard, Hakyria, near the Knesset (Israeli Parliament).

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Where is the Museum located

1155 E 58th Street Chicago, IL 60637 773.702.9514 General Info 773.702.9520 Museum Office

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Where is the museum located?

Museum Address:Museum Plantin-MoretusVrijdagmarkt 22Antwerp 2000Belgium

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Where is the museum located?

465 Huntington Ave,Boston, MA 02115, USA How to get there Please go to the Linde Family Wing Entrance for groups on museum road. Do not go to the main entrance! You can meet your tour guide there. He/she will be wearing a yellow lanyard badge holder that says, “Museum Bible […]

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Where is the museum located?

Museum Address:Museum Plantin-MoretusVrijdagmarkt 22Antwerp 2000Belgium

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Where is the museum located?

465 Huntington Ave,Boston, MA 02115, USA How to get there Please go to the Linde Family Wing Entrance for groups on museum road. Do not go to the main entrance! You can meet your tour guide there. He/she will be wearing a yellow lanyard badge holder that says, “Museum Bible […]

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Why MBT charges a small fee in addition to what the museum charges

MBT charges a small fee in addition to what the museum charges (including free museums.) Why is this? MBT operates as a non-profit organization that provides Bible-based guided tours in world-class museums throughout the world. Additionally, MBT is operated by Jehovah’s Witnesses for the benefit of all persons interested in […]

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World Power Tours MET

World Power Tours was a unique dedicated group of Jehovah’s Witnesses who has built a solid reputation as professional tour operators at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. They conducted thousands of Bible Based Tours at the MET and were well know and appreciated for upholding and highlighting the beauty, truth, […]

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