Museum of Methodism, John Wesley's House and Wesley's Chapel

Museum of Methodism, John Wesley's House and Wesley's Chapel
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Wesley's Chapel was built in 1778 by John Wesley, the founder of Methodism. It is one of London's undiscovered architectural jewels, a fine example of Georgian architecture and a grade I-listed building.

The grounds of the Chapel are now public gardens but were originally part of the cemetery. There you can wander through a tranquil green refuge and escape the bustle of City Road. Visit the Physic Garden, see our beautiful fuchsia trees and walk through the corridor of London plane trees. In the cemetery garden at the rear you can sit on one of our benches and survey the roses, lavenders and ivies.

Entrance into our Chapel, Museum and tours of Wesley’s House are all free.

Caretakers: Adrian and Dino

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