Uninterested in Bible Tours? Let ours change your mind!

Written 1 year ago by: Kaitlin Conner

Museum tours, even online tours, can be thought of as an intellectual deep dive for those interested in history. Do you feel this way about online museum tours?

“I’m not really interested in history so tours don’t appeal to me.”

“I am sure the information is great but history bores me!”

“It’s just not for me.”

However, online Bible tours give the unique opportunity to see history through the lens of Bible prophecy or by looking at creation through Jehovah’s eyes! How about seeing objects that Bible characters could have seen or learning about the culture that could have affected their attitude. Yes, online museum Bible tours help us to immerse ourselves in our Bible reading and build the world in our imagination.

Check out a glimpse of what the tours by MBT have to offer!

City of David

The City of David is the name given to the city of Jebus after David conquered it and built his royal residence there. It is also called Zion. It is the southeastern part as well as the oldest part of Jerusalem. Our virtual tour takes you through the City of David excavations. You will see the remains of towers, walls, and palaces from the period of the Judean kings and the underground water system.

What have archaeologists – digging in Jerusalem’s ancient City of David – discovered?

Review: “Even we know a lot about Jerusalem, I appreciated the details given in this tour. Our tour guide was enthusiastic and knows the City of David very well. This tour invited me to read the Bible texts again and to visualize better the environments. My trust in the Bible is stronger and I can see that all details written in the Bible are true.”

7 congregations: Listen To What The Spirit Says! (Part 1 of 2) – Ephesus, Smyrna & Pergamum

Turkey is an amazing country and home to the seven congregations of the Revelations book: Ephesus, Smyrna, Pergamum, Thyatira, Sardes, Philadelphia, and Laodicea.

Almost 2000 years ago Jesus instructed the apostle John to write letters to these seven congregations in Asia Minor. These timeless letters unveil Jehovah’s and Jesus’ love for the congregation, they provide correction, reassurance, hope, and encouragement for the future.

On part 1 of this tour, we take a virtual trip to and discuss the first three letters: Ephesus, Pergamum & Smyrna.

Ephesus: The congregation that lost its first love

Pergamum: The congregation that got compromised

Smyrna: The congregation about to be tested

Review: “This tour was both interesting and fascinating! The tour guide explained certain details I would have completely missed on my own. I can’t wait to see Part 2. I’ve already booked it!”

Rise of the King of the North

Bible prophecy recorded at Daniel chapter 11 about “the king of the north and the king of the south” gives us a window through which we can see major events that will affect all of us very soon. For more than two thousand years, the “king of the north” has undergone many changes. During our virtual tour, we will learn many interesting details about the history of religion in Russia, the Russian Revolution in 1917, and Soviet Communism.

Review: “Simply amazing! The presentation was striking; bringing Daniels prophecy into clear view and focus, leaving no doubt as to the Bible’s accurate prophecy. This definitely strengthened my faith!”

You will be surprised how much you can learn on just one tour. Do not hesitate to browse the collection of over 30 tours Museum Bible tours has to offer. We look forward to seeing you there!

1 Comment

  1. Kathy Buckman

    July 19, 2021 at 7:56 AM

    I would be interested!


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