William Booth Birthplace Museum and its collection

William Booth Birthplace Museum

The William Booth Birthplace Museum is an independent museum that tells the story of the life and work of William Booth and Catherine Booth, their family and the legacy they left to the world – the founding of The Salvation Army – a church and a charity which is currently the largest provider of social care in the UK after the Government. The museum is both a museum and historic house and comprises three Regency era terraced properties, the middle one – 12 Notintone Place - being the birthplace of William Booth on the 10th of April, 1829. The museum features exhibits related to the Booths, social history and religion.

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William Booth Birthplace Museum
10-14 Notintone Place
NG2 4QG Nottingham

Visitor information William Booth Birthplace Museum

Opening hours

By appointment only, generally Tuesday-Thursday, 10am-4pm.




Wheelchair accessible

Location & Map

10-14 Notintone Place, Nottingham

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