The volunteer-led tours are a unique way of exploring the highlights of the Museum. These tours provide a wonderful introduction to the collection and will give an insight into the fascinating stories behind the oldest Methodist building in the world. Step into the preachers' rooms above the Chapel to see John Wesley's bedroom and study, discover the earliest membership book, and try on costumes from the dressing up cupboard.
Stories of abolition, the social divide between rich and poor, caring for the environment, health and wellbeing and empowering the individual. Discover all this and more in the interactive rooms of the New Room Museum.
Tours start from the New Room atrium and are charged at normal Museum entry prices. Bring your questions and your camera (no flash please).
Tours are limited to a maximum of 8 people. All tours are wheelchair accessible and suitable for visitors of all ages. Cloakroom facilities are not available on this tour.
Times: Wednesdays and Saturdays; 2 tours a day: 11.30am-12.00pm; 1.30pm-2.00pm
Tickets: Adults £7; Concessions £6. Tickets can be purchased here or on the day (spaces permitting) at the New Room.
For further information or to book child or family tickets please contact Kate Rogers on 01179264740 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.