For anyone interested in the founder of the Methodist movement, this has to be on your list of things to do in London. We went with a group, and the staff were very accommodating with all of us. There were very informative guides throughout Mr. Wesley's home sharing interesting tidbits about its furnishings and its owner. The highlight for me was the prayer room, the smallest room in the house but most powerful when you consider the prayers prayed in that place. The chapel was beautiful in its simplicity, and the museum was small but interesting.
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