Welcome to The New Room – the oldest Methodist building in the world.
Please note, the Chapel will be closed to the public for filming use between Monday 6 May - Wednesday 8 May. The museum, café, library and shop will remain open throughout. Our Community Choir rehearsal and Museum Tours on Wednesday at 11.30am and 1.30pm will go ahead as planned.
News from the New Room Bristol
- 03 MayRead more
A student whose passion for history gained her a year’s internship at the world’s oldest Methodist chapel has used her time to create an oral
- 29 MarRead more
Bristol visitor attraction the New Room, also known as John Wesley’s Chapel, is to offer regular twice-daily museum tours from 3 April around its new
- 08 FebRead more
A Bristol visitor attraction was named last night as one of the best small visitor attractions in the whole of the South West at the
Special Events at The New Room
16 Jun, 19Upcoming
A New Room Oral History Exhibition, 24 May - 30…
Donate to the New Room
This historic Grade 1 listed 18th century building relies on the support of visitors to remain open as a place of prayer and worship in Bristol city centre. As the ‘cradle of Methodism’, it must be kept in a good state of repair in order to operate as a place where people can continue to come and learn about the life and ministry of John and Charles Wesley and the establishment of the Methodist movement. You can make a donation to the New Room via PayPal using the button below or click here to learn about other ways you can support us. Thank you.
What our visitors say about their experience
“Worth popping in, even for the sceptic or non believer. Wonderfully calm and peaceful place bang in the middle of the hustle and bustle of the city.”Will B
“A peaceful haven in the middle of Broadmead. The history of this place is fascinating. The cafe served the best coffee and snacks and the staff were excellent. It was good to get out of the hassle of shopping into this oasis of calm.”Whittaker1413
“The importance of this venue as the oldest Methodist chapel in the world should not be overlooked. The revamping of the rear of the premises adds an excellent cafe.”John