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Bronte Parsonage Museum in the Haworth Parsonage, was the home of Charlotte, Emily and Anne Bronte from 1820 to 1861.
The Bronte sisters were the authors of some of the best loved books in the English language, and this museum offers a great opportunity to learn more about them.
The beautifully preserved Georgian house, set between the unique village of Haworth, and the wild moorland beyond, has been opening its doors to visitors for over 75 years, and still retains the atmosphere of the Brontes’ time there.
The rooms they once used are filled with their furniture, clothes and personal possessions, and displays are changed annually, so you can always be sure of seeing something new. Rooms include Mr Nicholl’s study, the kitchen, the Children’s study, Charlotte’s room, and the dining room, all full of different treasures to discover!
Under 5s visit FREE.
Family ticket (2 adults and up to 4 children) £18
Museum and Shop open daily as follows:
1st April to 31st October 10am to 5.30pm
1st November to 31st March 10am to 5pm
Last admission 30 minutes before closing.
Closed 24th to 27th December, and 4th to 31st January 2016 inclusive.