!Newsflash: Bethel reopens to coach groups

It was announced last week that Bethel is now reopening to coach groups. After 3 years of being dormant, it will take us a little while to get back up to full operation, but we are working on some exciting alternatives to offer you in the meantime, and we will announce full details of these very soon. To stay informed and to find out more, sign up to our newsletter.

Please Note: All service information and prices listed on this site were based on our pre-pandemic services. Our new website and services will be available very soon. You can preview it under construction at a temporary address here. While under construction, there is no guarantee of accuracy and all information is subject to change.


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Finding your own way to London Bethel

We offer the following information when planning your own visit to Mill Hill.

Bethel visits for your family:

You can just turn up at London Bethel for tours from Monday to Friday at 8am, 9am, 10am, 1pm, 2pm & 3pm. Tours are about an hour each, plus free time to self-guide in the new Theocratic Heritage Exhibition and also the new Bible displays. To check that a bethel tour is running or if you require a tour in a language other than English, ring 0 (+44) 208 0906 2211 for Bethel reception desk.

To find your way to Mill Hill (London) Bethel see here, or if you are travelling by public transport use this journey planner to plan your route to Mill Hill East station. [If using the Northern line from Euston, get off at Finchley Central and go to Platform 1 for Mill Hill East]. On arrival at Mill Hill East station (on the Northern tube line), take a five minute walk up the steep hill or a bus to the next stop up the hill (ask for 'IBSA House') and you will find IBSA House, the Bethel factory, on the brow of the hill on your right.

The new Chelmsford 'Temple Farm' Visitor Centre (the new London Bethel, opening Dec 2019) is now included in our weekend coach trips, and Mill Hill is an option (either as full tour or Exhibitions only). To find your way to Temple Farm, take the train from London 'Liverpool Street' station to Chelmsford (trains are every 15 minutes, approx), then either a taxi (approx £15) or the number 100 bus to "Bakers Lane, West Hanningfield". TO BOOK DIRECT WITH CHELMSFORD NEW BETHEL, JUST RING 020 3053 3991 in office hours, or email to visitorcentre.gb@jw.org

Bible Tours at the British Museum

Useful London information links:

Luggage size limit at British Museum: see http://www.britishmuseum.org/visiting/facilities.aspx
Getting to museum by tube: http://www.betheltours.org/map-bmx3.png
Public transport planner: http://tfl.gov.uk/plan-a-journey
London maps: http://www.tfl.gov.uk/maps
UK rail map: http://www.betheltours.org/UK-rail-map.gif

For more ideas of activities and places of interest to enjoy with your family, you may find the page Other Options for London Sights and Culture to be of interest.