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Here are some other UK organisations and places offering christian heritage tours. I hope you find the directory useful. We will continue to add places of interest so do call back from time to time.
If you are planning a visit to Britain to see some christian heritage please get in touch. We would be very happy to offer you free advice on planning your trip. Please note we do not list individual churches and cathedrals here. For this you can contact English Church Heritage.
England’s Christian Heritage
England’s Christian Heritage is an excellent starting point to finding out about the key places that have shaped England’s Christian development:
Birmingham Christian Heritage Centre
Set in a large Victorian Chapel in Rowley Regis, Birmingham, this exhibition shows the story of Christianity in Britain through a series of almost 50 illustrated and written panels and a large collection of fascinating items, objects, and books.
Christian Heritage Cambridge
The 12th century Round Church has stood as a witness to the Christian faith for nearly 900 years of Cambridge history. Over 20,000 visitors from all around the world walk through its doors each year. Visitors have the opportunity to encounter in various ways the role Christianity has played in Cambridge history.
Christian Heritage London
London is a city whose heritage boasts extraordinary gospel testimony. London Christians have changed the world. None of their lives makes sense apart from the gospel of Jesus Christ. Christian Heritage London exists to draw attention to that gospel, to equip churches and to serve the purposes of God in this generation.
Christian Heritage Edinburgh
The vision of Christian Heritage Edinburgh is to inspire and challenge today’s generation by bringing the extraordinary spiritual history of Edinburgh to life.
Christian Heritage Centre, Stoneyhurst
A new Christian heritage centre is being opened at Stoneyhurst in Lancashire with support from a wide range of Catholic groups.
Cowper And Newton Museum
The museum commemorates two great men William Cowper the influential poet and writer and John Newton preacher and writer of many Hymns including ‘Amazing Grace’.
Heritage Exhibition at Fuller Baptist Church (Kettering)
An extensive display of material about the beginning of Free Church life and especially about the formation of the Baptist Missionary Society in 1792. Contact Rev. David Milner, 01536 745589, firstname.lastname@example.org We are also part of the \’Carey Experience\’ trail which has it own website: http://www.central-baptist.org.uk/Carey_Exhibition.html
The James Hudson Taylor Trail (Barnsley)
John Bunyan Museum (Bedford)
A museum celebrating the life of John Bunyan:
Moriah Chapel, (Loughor)
Birthplace of the 1904 Welsh Revival
Old Baptist Chapel
Old Baptist Chapel, Tewkesbury: this is one of the oldest surviving buildings to have been used as a Baptist chapel and offers additional activities for school groups and other parties.
Primitive Methodist Museum
The Preserved Congregational Church (Norwich)
The preserved 1643 Congregational church in Norwich runs an interesting programme of events.’
Raithby Methodist Chapel. (Lincolnshire)
The earliest purpose-built Methodist chapel, famously at the back of a farmyard.
Smith Wigglesworth Excursions
Tours in the Bradford area following the trail of the remarkable evangelist, Smith Wigglesworth, including the restoration of his Bowland Street Mission.
A resource about historic revival centres.
Welsh Revival Tours
Jan and David Holdaway run tours to help people experience Wales and its Revival history.
Wesley Cottage is situated at Trewint near Launceston in Cornwall. It is where John Wesley, the founder of Methodism preached and rested.
William Booth Birthplace Museum
The William Carey Museum (Leicester)
The William Carey Museum in Leicester is a fascinating museum about the pioneer of international missionary work: