Visit London's most opulent toilets

A treat, indeed

Where: Wesley's Chapel

We mean no disrespect to John Wesley, the founder of Methodism, when we say that the main attraction for many to his former home and museum are the toilets, thanks to lavish features such as mosaic floors, marble wash basins and urinals made from black and red marble. The design is pure Victoriana - the cisterns are original Thomas Crappers (you know, the loo pioneer), hanging elegantly on the wall, while the cubicle doors are made from cedar wood. But obviously, pay a visit to Wesley's tomb and the rest of the chapel while you're there.




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