Accessibility

The New Room/John Wesley's Chapel

The chapel is a Grade 1 listed 18th century building. There is no parking on site but there are disabled spaces immediately outside the Horsefair entrance.

The ground floor of the chapel is accessible from both the Broadmead and Horsefair entrances although there is no disabled access to the chapel gallery due to the 18th century stairs. However, within the new visitor centre, all floors are accessible by either stairs or lift.

Toilet facilities are located on Level 1 and include one disabled toilet, one ambulant toilet and there is a baby changing facility. The museum is located on Level 2 and has been made accessible for visitors with disabilities. Audio guides are available.

Guide and assistance dogs are welcome at the New Room. There are hearing loops available in all the meeting rooms on the site.

Charles Wesley's House

The house is a Grade 2* listed 18th century townhouse. There are a set of steps to access the property through the front door and the heritage rooms are located over five stories which are accessed by an internal staircase.

There is no lift provision within the house. There is no parking on site although there are parking bays immediately outside the front of the house. There is no disabled toilet or baby changing facility on site.

Guide and assistance dogs are welcome at Charles Wesley's House.