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The museum celebrates two great men who lived in Olney: the leading 18th Century poet and letter writer William Cowper and his friend, John Newton who wrote the hymn “Amazing Grace”.
The Cowper and Newton museum is housed in the building that 18th Century poet William Cowper lived and worked in. It has beautiful, well tended gardens and a lovely 18h Century summerhouse.Read more »
See “What’s on” Main Menu above to find details of the Museum’s contribution to Dickens Day on Sunday 8th and “The Sleeping Butterfly Exhibition” in the Three Hares Gallery showing for the whole of this month.Read more »
The museum is in Olney, Buckinghamshire, UK, and is easy to find!
It’s a large brick building on the corner of historic Olney’s Market Place, a few miles north of central Milton Keynes. A short walk around the corner will take you to the Vicarage where Cowper’s friend John Newton preached and wrote ‘Amazing Grace’.Read more »