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Only Fools and Horses Tour of Bristol

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See filming sights from the British television show "Only Fools and Horses" on this tour of Bristol. Exterior locations include the Batman and Robin scene, Nelson Mandela house, the wine bar, Sids Cafe, and more. As you go, listen to behind-the-scenes stories and background info about the show from a guide.
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Swedishtomcat wrote a review Nov 2020
Diss, United Kingdom2,741 contributions656 helpful votes
This historically-religious building, slap bang in the centre of Bristol’s shopping quarter, is where Methodism got its first foothold with a purpose-built chapel in 1739. There are a number of rooms upstairs which have been converted into a museum explaining the history of the Wesley brothers and Methodism. Downstairs is the New Room where you can imagine John Wesley preached. All the volunteers were very friendly especially the lady who was warmed the cockles of our hearts.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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ROBERTA wrote a review Oct 2020
Bristol, United Kingdom2 contributions1 helpful vote
I discovered this little oasis of peace almost by chance and ended up spending a couple of hours reading and relaxing in its café'. I would definitely recommend the delicious homemade cakes and the fresh coffee. The place is well maintained and the manager and her staff are very welcoming. I will definitely visit again!
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Response from NewRoom, Director at John Wesley's Chapel & New Room Museum
Responded Oct 23, 2020
Many thanks for your kind review; we are delighted that you discovered us and we look forward to welcoming you again soon.
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ABZB2014 wrote a review Sep 2020
London, United Kingdom18 contributions8 helpful votes
I know next to nothing about the methodists but it was raining and I like visiting churches so it seemed like a good to have a quick visit. I loved the chapel, and you could walk around and imagine what it would have been like in the Wesleys day. We were in two minds whether to pay to go into the museum but were persuaded by the volunteer behind the desk. Very glad that we did as it really interesting and I felt that I really learned a lot. Deals with the social history of Bristol very well. A lovely little quirky museum which I would recommend.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Response from NewRoom, Director at John Wesley's Chapel & New Room Museum
Responded Sep 17, 2020
Thank you for your review and I'm pleased to read that you enjoyed our museum and would recommend it to others.
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Pippa Catterall wrote a review Aug 2020
London, United Kingdom34 contributions4 helpful votes
One of John Wesley’s most quotable aphorisms is about being the best you can be. This little gem of a museum lives up to that. Wesley’s attempts to grapple with the problems of his day and apply his faith constructively to addressing them are nicely drawn out. This ranges from his willingness to encourage women to preach, to his condemnation of inequality and creation of the eighteenth century equivalent of foodbanks. The section on Wesley’s innovative attempts to promote public health is particularly interesting. Even more topical is the room devoted to Wesley’s early opposition to slavery - which in the slaving port Bristol was then could lead to rioting in the chapel.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Response from NewRoom, Director at John Wesley's Chapel & New Room Museum
Responded Aug 27, 2020
Thank you for your review; it is most appreciated and we're so pleased to read that you enjoyed your visit.
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Knmarsh wrote a review Mar 2020
Huntsville, Alabama107 contributions57 helpful votes
I was in Bristol for work and pleasantly surprised to find this site wasn’t far from my hotel. As a member of the United Methodist Church in the States I had to visit. The chance to stand in the same pulpit as the Wesleys was amazing. I honestly will revisit next time I return to Bristol. I’m hoping I can catch communion next time.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Response from NewRoom, Director at John Wesley's Chapel & New Room Museum
Responded Mar 6, 2020
Thank you for your kind review; we are a 'must see' site for Methodists from all over the world but particularly the US given our connections with the likes of George Whitefield and Francis Asbury as well as John and Charles Wesley. We look forward to welcoming you for another visit (hopefully soon!) and then you can join us for our weekly communion service at 1pm every Friday.
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