The Museum of Methodism and John Wesley’s House


What is the Museum of Methodism?

The Museum of Methodism, located in Shoreditch, explores the history of the Methodist Church in England, as well as the fascinating life of John Wesley who had a huge influence on the Church during the 18th century. The Museum is split up into separate parts; John Wesley’s Chapel, John Wesley’s house and the museum itself. Discover the awe-inspiring history of Methodism as you journey through exhibitions exploring the conversion of John Wesley and the development of Wesley’s chapel from the year 1746.  These beautiful Georgian buildings will blow you away and leave you feeling peaceful and inspired. This is certainly a London attraction historical attraction like no other. During your next stay at the Hotel Montcalm Shoreditch, make sure to take yourself down to the Museum of Methodism and John Wesley’s House. It’s only moments away from the hotel and not to be missed!

Nearest Tube Station

Moorgate is the nearest tube station to the Museum 0f Methodism and is connected to the Northern line, Circle, Hammersmith and City line as well as the Metropolitan line.

Nearby Eating Places

Looking for some grub near the Museum of Methodism? The Latnana Shoreditch is the perfect place to go for a quick healthy brunch, all prepared with Aussie pizzazz. Or maybe you’re looking for a refined meat feast? For some designer meat delicacies check out The Jugged Hair which is only a quick walk away!

Nearby Shopping

Treat yourself to a decadent shopping experience in Central London. This is the place to be with shops, markets and busy high-streets wherever you look. Shoreditch High Street is only moments away from the Museum of Methodism and has everything you need. If you’re looking for some quirky markets, Smithfield Market is a leisurely 20 minute walk away, as is Leadanhall Market. Happy shopping!

Nearby Attractions

Shoreditch is the home of London’s street art scene. Down every street and around every corner you will see iconic street art pieces from the likes of Banksy, Bambi and other famous names. The world is a canvas at Shoreditch. Shoreditch is also full of cool bars, shops, art galleries and restaurants. The best way to discover all the attractions that this part of London has to offer is by exploring it for yourself and seeing what you come across!

Here’s an idea to get the ball rolling: If you’re looking to add some whimsy to your winter trip to London, why not visit Broadgate Ice Rink for a sparkly skating session? Perfect for families, newcomers and pros alike.

Remember, London is full of hidden gems – have fun exploring the eclectic and electric cityscape of London!