John Bunyan Museum

The John Bunyan Museum tells the story of John Bunyan (1628 -1688), the renowned author, pastor and preacher. Visitors to the museum are able to take a walk through Bunyan’s life and times. See 17th Century Bedford, hear Bunyan tell his story and visit him in prison. There are lots of family friendly trails to help visitors explore the museum, including a photo-trail and quiz.

The Pilgrim's Progress, his most famous work, has been translated into over 200 languages, many examples of which can be seen in the museum. The museum showcases some of the objects owned and used by Bunyan from the anvil he used as a tinker, to the jug believed to have been used by Bunyan’s blind daughter to take ale or soup to her father in prison.

Opening Hours: Tuesday - Saturday: 11.00am - 4.00pm
March to end October
Admission Free

John Bunyan Museum

John Bunyan Museum

Address

01234 270303

Mill Street

curator@bunyanmeeting.co.uk

Bedford

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