Bishop Asbury Cottage
This small, mid 18th century cottage,
presented with period furnishings,
is the boyhood home of Francis Asbury.
Asbury became the founding father
of Methodism in America and was
ordained as its first bishop (joint
superintendent with Thomas Coke,
see Coke Memorial
Methodist Church, Aberhonddu/Brecon, Brecknock Museum
and Art Gallery and Brecon Cathedral.)
Organised group tours - charges applicable plus occasional free public open days.
Additional visitor information
Toilets and catering available at nearby
Forge Mill Farm, Sandwell Park Lane, and at
Sandwell Park Farm.
Parking at cottage restricted. Use nearby
public house car park at landlord's discretion.
Oak House Museum 5 miles;
Forge Mill Farm 1.5 miles
Sandwell (Near Birmingham)
West Midlands B43 6HN
Opening by group appointment or there are two free public open days per year. To find out more visit www.sandwell.gov.uk/joininmuseums
Via Wednesbury Museum, tel: 0121 556 0683 www.sandwell.gov.uk/museums
Getting there [SP032939]
Located on the north side of A4041, Newton Road, north-west of Birmingham
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