Wesley's Chapel
Museum Room

Museum Room

This room was probably used as the housekeeper’s room in Wesley’s day. Now it is a museum display area about John Wesley and the Wesley family.

In the main case are Wesley's hat, gown, preaching bands and shoes. Behind the display case is part of a Tree from Winchelsea, under which John Wesley preached his last sermon in the open air on 7th October 1790. In the case on the wall is the famous Wedgwood Teapot.

Objects here
Clothes Teapot Tree Portrait
Upstairs
To the
Kitchen
Compass

Floorplan - Basement
Basement

Exterior | Kitchen | Museum Room | Back Parlour | Dining Room | Study | Wesley's Bedroom | Prayer Room | Preacher's Bedroom | Travellers Quarters | Third Floor


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