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Museums at Lake Junaluska

While visiting Lake Junaluska you can also enjoy a visit to the SEJ Heritage Center and World Methodist Council Museums. Both museums are open to group and individual tours and are located near Lake Junaluska’s lodging and meeting facilities. A visit to either is easy and very memorable. Additionally, the Susannah Wesley Garden, located between the World Methodist Council Museum and the Terrace Hotel, is a place for meditation and renewal.

World Methodist Council Museum

The World Methodist Council Museum is internationally renowned for having the largest collection of artifacts commemorating the earliest beginnings of the Wesleyan movement.The museum is open year-round to visitors. Groups are encouraged to schedule a visit by calling 828-456-7242 or emailing jbolden@worldmethodistcouncil.org.

Hours: Tuesday-Saturday, 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. (closed from noon-1:00 p.m. for lunch)

Location:
 575 N. Lakeshore Dr.  (beside Terrace Hotel)

Cost:Free

Learn More at www.methodistmuseum.org

World Methodist Council Museum
SEJ Heritage Center

SEJ Heritage Center 

The Heritage Center is currently closed. The center will move to The Foundation for Evangelism, located on property at Lake Junaluska. More information coming soon! 

The SEJ Heritage Center has an extensive collection of SEJ related artifacts including archives on the history of Lake Junaluska.

Hours of Operation: 

CLOSED - The Heritage Center will re-open in their new location in spring 2019. More information will be available soon. 

Call 828-454-6781 or email heritage@lakejunaluska.com

Location: 125 N Lakeshore Dr, Lake Junaluska, NC 28745

Cost: Free