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Muller's Story

George Müller cared for 10,000 orphaned children in Bristol during the Victorian era. He was a man of great faith, never making appeals for money, but simply praying to God for all that was needed. During his lifetime he received £1,500,000 in money and gifts in kind. At present day prices, this would be over £100m.

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At Home with Müllers Museum

As the museum is currently closed, we’re bringing you some fun activities to enjoy at home. Keep checking back here for more!

As we celebrate VE Day 75, discover the fascinating goings on at the Müller Orphan Homes during World War 2 with our latest learning resource: VE Day Activity (PDF Version)

In our latest video, Liz gets busy showing you how to make a thaumatrope! It’s a simple, Victorian toy – the kind that George’s orphans would have loved!

Calling all budding time detectives! Hunt for clues in our photo and help us find out more about life for George Müller's orphans.

Download and print our Quizzes for primary school aged children. You’ll find all the answers on our Kids Extra page (below): KS1 Quiz | KS2 Quiz

Every Picture Tells a Story - can you help give a name and a story to a real-life Bristol orphan? Try out this fun and creative activity!

For a summary of the George Müller story click here (PDF version).

Try our wordsearches: Orphan Life and George Müller


 


 

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For a printable version of this time please click here.

For an interactive timeline of the life of George Muller then please click here.  

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Playtime at Ashley Down for the Older Children Christmas and Winter Photos From Ashley Down Orphanage and Scattered Homes Era Learning at the Ashley Down Orphanages

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For Teachers and Parents 
Our museum is currently closed inline with government guidance. We would love to welcome you to our museum when we reopen. For more information about our museum then please click here.  

For more information about our Teachers Resources then please click here.