Top 10 Christian Attractions To Visit In London

Here at the Highbury Centre, we believe in adding value to your stay wherever we can. With that in mind, here’s our pick of the Top Ten Christian Attractions in the capital. We hope that they are a real blessing!

  1. Wesley's Chapel: Step into the world of John Wesley, the founder of Methodism, at Wesley's Chapel. Learn all about Wesley's incredible life and how he worked hard to share God's love and kindness with others. The friendly guides at the chapel will tell you stories about his sermons, his efforts to make the world a better place, and his dream of a community where everyone is welcomed. Plan your visit to Wesley's Chapel: Click here to explore Wesley's Chapel

  2. Aldersgate Flame: Discover a special bronze sculpture near the Museum of London, close to the Barbican. This sculpture marks the exact spot where something incredible happened to John Wesley on May 24th, 1738. It reminds us of his powerful conversion experience. Let this flame-shaped artwork ignite your curiosity and inspire you to explore the story behind this significant moment in history. It's an easy and exciting stop to include in your London adventure! For directions on how to get there, click here to find out more.

  3. The Museum of the Book at the London Baptist Church, Salmon Lane, Limehouse. The church has a rare collection of original ancient manuscript and printed Bibles. Manuscripts date from 4000 BC to AD 1600 and are written in more than 20 languages. Admission is free for anyone attending a church service. The church, which is part of the Strict and Particular tradition, can be reached on +44 (0)7557 269911 or at

  4. Chapel of St John the Evangelist at the Tower of London: Step into the historic Chapel of St John the Evangelist, one of the oldest intact places of worship in London. Used as a private chapel for those staying in the White Tower, this special chapel holds centuries of prayers and stories. Experience the peaceful atmosphere, connect with the past, and imagine the lives of those who sought solace and faith within these ancient walls. Plan your visit to the Chapel of St John the Evangelist: Click here to explore the Chapel of St John the Evangelist

  5. St Paul's Cathedral. Get ready to be amazed by the magnificence of St. Paul's Cathedral! It's a super impressive building that will leave you in awe. Climb up to the top of its super tall dome and be prepared to gasp at the stunning views of London all around you. Inside, you'll discover a treasure trove of fascinating history that will make your jaw drop. It's like stepping into a time machine! Don't miss out on this incredible experience! Click here to learn more about St. Paul's Cathedral.

  6. Speakers' Corner: Get ready to experience the unique and exhilarating atmosphere of Speakers' Corner, a special place in Hyde Park where ideas and faith collide. It's a spot where Christians, among others, stand on soapboxes and share their beliefs with anyone who will listen.Don't miss the chance to visit Speakers' Corner, where you can both learn and contribute to the rich tapestry of ideas! Discover more about this incredible gathering place for Christians here: Speakers' Corner

  7. Methodist Central Hall, Westminster. Step into the world of Methodist Central Hall, Westminster, a building that is just a little over 100 years old. It's not only welcoming but also super beautiful! Trust us, it's totally worth checking out. From its grand entrance to its stunning architecture, this place will capture your heart. So go ahead, take a peek inside and let yourself be amazed by its beauty! Don't miss the chance to visit Methodist Central Hall, Westminster! Learn more about it here: Methodist Central Hall, Westminster

  8. The Temple Church. Get ready to explore one of the oldest churches in London, the Temple Church! It's located near Fleet Street, and it has a fascinating history and some really cool tombs inside. If you want to learn more, visit their website at Don't miss out on this amazing opportunity to discover a place that's been around for a long, long time!

  9. Westminster Abbey. Did you know that Westminster Abbey is not only owned by the Royal Family but also a World Heritage Site? It's a super special place with lots of history! And guess what? The new Queen's Diamond Jubilee Galleries are waiting for you to explore. They are super cool and definitely worth a visit. If you want to learn more, check out their website at  Plan your visit and get ready to be amazed!

  10. Bunhill Fields: Step into history at Bunhill Fields Burial Ground! It's a peaceful place where you can take a quiet walk and pay your respects. Many famous Christian writers and preachers, like John Bunyan, Isaac Watts, and William Blake, found their final resting place here. Let's honor their legacy and appreciate the serenity of this special spot. Plan your visit to Bunhill Fields: Click here to explore Bunhill Fields

  11. Bonus - The Salvation Army's International Headquarters: If you're planning a trip to London, make sure to include a visit to the Salvation Army Headquarters in your itinerary. Whether you're seeking a peaceful space to unwind, want to learn about the organization's history, or simply enjoy a delicious meal at their cafe, the headquarters offers that unique experience. To learn more about the Salvation Army Headquarters and plan your visit, click here: The Salvation Army's International Headquarters

4th July 2023

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