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The Museum of Methodism & John Wesley's House
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Visit John Wesley’s first purpose-built Chapel in London and see the house in which he lived between 1779 and 1791. Don’t miss our recently refurbished museum in the Chapel crypt!
John Wesley’s House
The Museum of Methodism
We are located on City Road, close to Old Street Underground Station, and only a short walk from Moorgate Underground Station. Our site is directly opposite the historic Bunhill Fields burial ground.
Schools & families
Family Visits & Projects
We offer a year-round programme of special events and a dynamic school education programme. You can find details of our forthcoming events on our home page and our social media pages.
Explore the Collection
Burial Register 1779-1854
John Wesley’s Sermons
Discover our fascinating collection of over 15,000 artefacts, including paintings, ceramics, works on paper and much, much more. Don’t miss our collection of Wesleyana and Wesley’s iconic teapot!
Donations & gifts
Filming & photography
Our heritage site does not receive government funding and to allow us to remain free we rely on your donation. Each one is gratefully received and makes a real difference. You can also support us by becoming a heritage steward!
Postcards & Calendars
/ Herbert Beecroft’s 1927 depiction of Jesus
Herbert Beecroft’s 1927 depiction of Jesus
Herbert Beecroft’s 1927 depiction of Jesus quantity
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