Families and Individuals

We organise trips for large groups of 40 or more persons, but we know that lots of families and individuals visit London and Bethel independently. The information on this page may help you to get the most out of your visit.



Getting to and from London, getting around London and how to travel from London to Bethel using public transport.


Finding affordable andfamily-friendly places to stayin and around London or Chelmsford.


What to do in London, from Bible Tours of the British Museum to boat trips on the Thames and where to eat and drink.

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  • How much will my trip cost?

    The cost of your trip is entirely up to you. We will provide you with a range of hotels and coach hire options with various negotiated discount rates and you can choose those that suit your group and their budget. Whichever ones you choose will be significantly cheaper than normal. We anticipate the total cost of your trip averaging around £225-£250 per person.

  • Who can come on the trip?

    It’s entirely up to you who you choose to approve for your trip, ideally in agreement with responsible brothers in your congregation. If any non-baptised, interested persons are approved to join the trip, they should be reminded of any expected standards of behaviour eg. no smoking, appropriate attire etc.

  • Can we visit Kensington/Greenwich/the theatre?

    For the majority of your trip, where you choose to visit and stay is entirely up to you. If you want to include any alternative locations in your guided sightseeing day, just let us know and we’ll do our best to accommodate you in cooperation with your assigned guide.

  • Will I receive a free trip/part of a trip?

    As the local organiser of a large group, we can waive your fee for the guided day in London. As for the rest of the trip, how you choose to price and charge for the trip is entirely up to you. You may choose to only charge each passenger the cost price, or you may choose to adjust the prices so that there is an “equalising” (2 Corinthians 8:14) to make the trip more affordable for those with limited funds, this may include covering some of your own costs.