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.
CLOSED Until Further Notice
Due to government guidelines to limit non-essential contact with others we have taken the decision to close The George Müller Museum until further notice. We will continue to monitor the national guidance to inform when we will reopen. Information about reopening will be published on our website and social media in due course.
We welcome pupils from all Key Stages and Post-16 at our new, interactive museum. Our workshops are free of charge and cover elements of the RE and History curricula. Our workshops enrich pupils’ learning around the story of Müller and his 10,000 orphans, providing an insight into what life was like for poor children in Victorian Bristol.
To arrange a School Visit please either fill out our contact form or give us a call on 0117 924 5001.
The school remains responsible for the supervision and care of the children during the visit, through the instruction of their class teacher and school helpers.
To arrange a school visit please email email@example.com or call Liz Ogborne on 0117 9245001. Alternatively, you can fill out our contact form.
We would encourage visits to our museum, but we can bring the story of George Müller to your school, either in a classroom setting, or as an assembly. We would need facilities for a visual presentation, and we have some photographs and artefacts that we can bring to illustrate the story, including original orphan uniforms. Please contact us as above.
We have a range of teaching resources and lesson ideas available which are free of charge and can be downloaded from our website.
We are more than happy to supply additional resources (where available) for you to use in your school. Please contact us with any specific requests that you have.