William Booth Birthplace Museum

14 Notintone Place
Sneinton
Nottingham
NG2 4QG

0115 979 3464

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The museum tells the story of William Booth, co-founder of the Salvation Army, his wife Catherine and their family, and includes four rooms reconstructed as they may have looked when he was born here in 1829.

Free Parking on Site Yes

Paid Parking On Site No

Toilet Facilities Yes

Restaurant or Café Facilities No

Light Refreshments No

Free Disabled Parking No

Limited Disabled Parking Please call ahead Yes

Full Access for Mobility Impaired No

Limited Access for Mobility Impaired Yes

Accessible Toilet Facilities Yes

Group Visits Available Yes

Programme of Public Events Yes