Wesley's Chapel, House and Museum of Methodism

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John Wesley's House is part of the Wesley's Chapel site which also includes the Museum of Methodism in the crypt of the chapel. The museum traces the history of Methodism from the 18thC to the present day. The house was built by John Wesley and is where he lived the last days of his life. Wesley's tomb is at the rear of the chapel. The chapel was built in 1778 and is considered to be the cathedral of Methodism. Museum shop is situated in the crypt of the chapel.

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49 City Road, London, EC1Y 1AU

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+44 (0)20 7253 2262

Opening Times:

Monday to Saturday 10:00 - 16:00

Sunday (for those attending worship)12:30 - 13:45

Closed every Thursday between 12.45 & 1.30pm (for service)

also between 25 December - 1 January, public holidays (except Good Friday

).

Admission is free.

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No admission charge, but donations are very welcome in helping to preserve the site and its collections.

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Wesley's Chapel, House and Museum of Methodism

Address
49 City Road
London
EC1Y 1AU
Telephone:
+44 (0)20 7253 2262
Public transport:
Exit 4, keep left, straight on opposite Bunhill Fields.

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Free entry

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