Key Heritage Sites

Four heritage sites are recognised currently as being of particular Connexional significance and their sustainability and improved presentation are fundamental to the developing Methodist Heritage Strategy.

The Old Rectory, Epworth, Lincolnshire - the childhood home of John and Charles Wesley

The New Room (aka John Wesley's Chapel), Bristol - the first-ever Methodist building in the world


Wesley's Chapel & House, & The Museum of Methodism, London - John Wesley's London base, from which he travelled 250,000 miles to preach, and the place of his death and burial

Englesea Brook Chapel & Museum of Primitive Methodism, near Crewe - exhibitions and activities focusing on one strand of 19th century Methodism


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