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.
“Who shall separate us from the love of Christ? Shall tribulation, or distress, or persecution, or famine, or nakedness, or peril, or sword? As it is written: “For Your sake
Visit bookings are closed until we have a reopening date. However we are OPEN for school online lesson bookings. For more details visit our School Visits page here.
We will continue to monitor the situation and will post updates to our website.
In 2019 we relocated to one of the stunning, original Orphan Homes which George Müller built in Bristol during the Victorian era.
We welcome visitors from all over the world. Come and explore the amazing story of how George Müller housed and educated over 10,000 orphans through prayer, faith and the generosity of thousands. Find out about a typical day in the life of an orphan, what school was like and where they moved onto after leaving the homes. We have original artefacts including Müller’s desk and Bible (complete with his own notes).
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We also welcome school groups - providing interactive, educational workshops for all key stages, covering elements of the RE and History curricula. All our workshops are free of charge. Please get in touch to find out more: firstname.lastname@example.org
Our address is: 45-47 Loft House, College Road, Bristol BS7 9FG.
We look forward to welcoming you!
The George Müller Museum celebrates the incredible story of how George Müller cared for and educated over 10,000 orphans in Victorian Bristol. Our new museum features multi-media and interactive exhibits, original artefacts and replicas of some of our incredible archive of orphan records.
Come and find out about what life was like for the orphans throughout the Victorian era, the war years and beyond. You can also watch a video about how the legacy of George Müller continues today.
Our orphan record archive provides a wealth of information for those researching family history. If you would like to find out more, please contact us.