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JOHN WESLEY’S HOUSE and the MUSEUM of METHODISM
John Wesley, the founder of Methodism, built a small town house here in 1778, along with the chapel next door. Wesley lived in the house for the last eleven winters of his life, when not touring to visit and preach to his Methodist societies round the country. The house is open to the public and contains many of John Wesley's belongings. The Chapel is also open - though not on Sundays - and there is a museum in the crypt that contains many fascinating objects - including (apparently) John Wesley's death mask and hair...