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Wesley's Chapel and Leysian Mission, London
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In one site, there is John Wesley's grave, his chapel and his house, as well as the graveyard across the road which has his mother's grave and John Bunyan's grave and a small museum. Many artefacts to... read more »
My recent visit to John Wesley's Chapel, house, and museum was a highlight of my trip to England. Wesley's home has been lovingly restored, the museum is filled with interesting artifacts, and the cha... read more »
Stayed in the Travel Lodge not far away and decided to take a look one evening. The museum was close so just had a wander around the grounds. Lovely courtyard with an interesting history.
Absolutely fantastic Church and museum to visit. Part of my family were Methodists so this is a very interesting place for me. Everyone one is very friendly and welcoming and I have determined to go back and spend at least 4 hours up there and really absorb everything there. A wonderful place to visit and very highly recommended.
Decoder ring: John Wesley's home and new visitors center built underground the Methodist Chapel. Allow about 2 hours to soak up super interesting and well hidden Methodist center. If you arrive early tour Bunhill Fields park and cemetery small but large history (Robinson Crusoe author Daniel Defoe and more are buried here). The Travelodge near by is a good one.
This interesting spot on City Road contains the chapel where the founder of Methodism, John Wesley, did much of his preaching, as well as the home that he occupied for much of his life. If you're interested in religion then this place should really be on your list of places to visit. One thing to note - oddly, visiting hours are very limited on Sundays.
Definitely worth a visit, well put together and very interesting
Received a warm welcome and personal tour.
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