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Susanna Wesley Garden

Susannah Wesley Garden

 Named for John Wesley's mother, the Susanna Wesley Garden is a place for prayer and meditation. Dr. Lee F. Tuttle, the World Methodist Council General Secretary from 1960 to 1976, created the Susanna Wesley Garden, and it remains under the care of the World Methodist Council today. The garden is located between the World Methodist Museum (575 N. Lakeshore Dr.) and the Terrace hotel. 

Boasting beautiful color in the spring, summer and fall, the garden is a wonderful place to visit for inspiration and meditation. The Susanna Wesley Garden is open to the public daily from sunrise to sunset. It is also available for private functions include weddings, receptions, garden clubs, and more. Call 828-456-9432 ext. 4 or email slee@worldmethodistcouncil.org for more information.