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John Wesley’s Conversion Place Memorial - The ‘Aldersgate Flame’

At the approximate location of John Wesley’s conversion on 24 May 1738, a modern bronze sculpture erected in 1981 commemorates the event and features text from Wesley’s journal describing his conversion experience.

Click here for an image of the text on the memorial

 


     

Nettleton Court
Aldersgate Street
London EC2Y 5HN

Getting there
Located directly outside entrance of the Museum of London.
Tube: Nearest stations Barbican and Moorgate.
Bus: Routes 4, 8, 25, 56, 100, 172, 242, and 521 stop here.


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