The Museum of Methodism tells the history of Methodism from John Wesley to the present day and its contribution to shaping Britain’s political and social history. John Wesley’s House stands next to the Chapel. It was his home for over a decade, and is one of the finest surviving small Georgian townhouses in London.
The Museum and Chapel are open Monday-Saturday, 10am-4pm. The House is viewable by guided tour Monday-Saturday (staff permitting), opening at 10am with last entry to the House at 3.15pm.

Events at the Museum & Wesley's House

  • Secret Life of John Wesley

    This October half-term visit the House to experience life in the past! Meet the Georgians and try tr...

    Oct 23 / 11:00 am - 3:00 pm
  • Kids in Museums Takeover Day

    Do you… Like spotting things? Want to look closer? Like hearing stories? Then join us to run t...

    Nov 22 / 10:30 am - 12:30 pm

School & family visits

Find out more about family visits and the learning programmes we offer to schools at the Museum and at Wesley's House.


  • Please note:

    Our lift is currently out of order which means there is no step free access to the Museum and access toilet. We apologise for the inconvenience and are working to resolve the problem as soon as possible.

  • Our online shop is now open

    We have just relaunched our online shop - feel free to browse our stock and shop safely and securely.

  • Wesley's Chapel Burials

    Search the 5,500 burials between 1779-1854 & 1858. Discover a fascinating insight into the history of Methodist families who worshipped here.
    Click here to access the database from your own PC and use these login details: User: wesleyschapel Password: cityroad

  • Wesley's Chapel & Leysian Mission

    Visit our sister site at wesleyschapel.org.uk for information, events, archives and more...