Partnering with local organisations and churches to equip, empower and resource as they reach out into their communities.
George Müller cared for 10,000 orphaned children in Bristol during the 19th Century. He never made appeals for money, trusting implicitly in God, he received £1,500,000 in answer to prayer. At present day prices, this would be well over £86,000,000.
The small, one-room museum at Müller House documents the work of George Müller through photographs and artefacts from the Ashley Down Orphan Homes and later 'scattered homes'. Additionally, there are papers and personal effects which belonged to George Müller. We are continually uplifted by our visitors' interaction with the story of George Müller and their hunger to know more about the on-going work of the charity.
We regularly receive visitors by appointment from around the world as well as from local groups and schools around Bristol. All visitors are, therefore, asked to make an appointment, giving at least two working days to arrange their visit to ensure that we can accommodate all those that wish to attend. It is sometimes necessary to close the museum and we do not want people to have a wasted journey!
A visit, with an explanatory talk of the history, if required, usually takes up to an hour, but unless another booking is expected straight after, you won’t be chased out at the end of the hour. If visitors are coming to view their family history records, please allow two hours for the visit.
Our staff team relish the opportunity to share the story of George Müller through talks either at the museum or churches and community groups. We also enjoy welcoming school children to the museum or visiting local schools. Find out more about school visits.
The museum is normally open between 10am-4pm on Monday to Friday.
We are not open on weekends, public or bank holidays.
Museum Address: Müller House, 7 Cotham Park, Bristol, BS6 6DA
Parking is usually available in our small car park at the front of the house