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Birthplace of John and Charles Wesley These guides do a wonderful job if you can catch them with no bus tours around. There is actually a small parking lot just past the house. This is basically a “pilgrimage site” for Methodists, and doesn’t disappoint. The...More
Came here from Grimsby as doing a project about Methodist and where better to come then to John Wesley house where it all began. This is the first time I have heard of him and was intrigued to see what I could learn. We got...More
Just a 300 or 400 metre walk along pavements from Epworth town centre, and with a small off-road car park, the Old Rectory is an attractive building set behind a low wall, and surrounded by fields (one of which had a delightful flock of black...More
Opening at 1030, we met the efficient and knowledgeable lady guide. Before this we viewed the Physic garden which is well worth a look with the plants marked to show the ailments they "cured" in Wesley`s time. The house is a good size and pretty...More
This is the childhood home of John and Charles Wesley. The tour guides are dedicated volunteers who will give you a personal tour of the home of the Wesleys. As the founders of Methodism John and Charles are important historical figures and this building as...More
From the moment you arrive you are treated to an individual experience. The guided tour which you have to have lasted 2 hours and was full of interesting facts and anecdotes. It really was history brought to life! The garden was lovely to walk round...More
This is where Methodism began the home of John and Charles Wesley their mother Suzanna and father Samuel.
The guided tour is excellent and we had an excellent guide although I cannot remember his name but so knowledgeable
The rectory was built in 1709 and...More
On arriving in Epworth the road signs say "Epworth the home of the Wesleys. " This is the actual home.
The Old Rectory is on a journey taking the building back to recreate the 18th century feel to the house. Guided by a knowledgeable guide...More