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The Brontë Parsonage Museum is the former home of the world's most famous literary family and the place where Charlotte, Emily and Anne wrote some of the greatest novels in the English Language. The house evokes the atmosphere of the Brontë's time...more
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Great staff that ensure no over crowding and rushing through home. Plenty of time and space to immerse yourself and let your imagination out to play. Make sure to visit the cemetery and church as well.
I visited with my mother and with my teenage daughter who has studied the Gothic novel and was keen to see the home of the Brontës. Although I had been to Haworth twice before, I had not been into the parsonage. I was very pleasantly...More
There are many English writers but the Bronte stand out as exceptional- 3 women trying to be recognised as writers in a male dominated society. The Parsonage was their home and the house still retains a powerful atmosphere to give an insight into their everyday...More
Anyone who loves the English language and literature would want to walk in the footsteps of the Brontës. And so it was we fulfilled one of our bucket list items. It is well laid out, authentic, tasteful, educational, reflective and very enjoyable. We went at...More
We visited as a group of 26, and began with an illustrated talk which was informative, interesting and presented in a friendly manner which appealed to thoroughly dedicated Bronte enthusiasts and the less well informed.
There was plenty of opportunity for asking questions and the...More
Do you visit the Bronte Parsonage? If you’re a citizen of Yorkshire then it’s as compulsory as walking the Three Peaks! The surrounding moors, the poverty of the village and life in a vicarage all informed and underpinned the Bronte sister’s writing. But go prepared...More
OK I have to admit I am not particularly a Brontë fan but my wife is. For those male readers you will understand that you still go even if you are not particularly interested. Now I have to admit it was love at first sight...More
We visited soon after opening before the crowds built up and were rewarded with some wonderful insights into life in the Parsonage from one of the very helpful members of staff. We loved hearing about the return to the Parsonage of the table at which...More
Its been years since I have been to this Museum, the staff are friendly and informative, I was a little disappointed as I remembered there being far more on display last time.....(but like I say its been years)…..really worth a visit though and the ticket...More
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Good Morning Rose, Thank you for your interest in visiting the Bronte Parsonage Museum. One alternative is to travel from Kings Cross to Leeds, a train journey of approx 2.5hrs. Then take the Skipton train from Leeds... More
Good Morning Rose, Thank you for your interest in visiting the Bronte Parsonage Museum. One alternative is to travel from Kings Cross to Leeds, a train journey of approx 2.5hrs. Then take the Skipton train from Leeds - alighting at Keighley - approx 20 mins from Leeds. From Keighley bus station there are several buses that travel up to Haworth - approx 20 mins journey - or alternatively you could use a taxi. In regards to B&Bs there are several in the area and the Haworth Visitor Information Centre would be able to assist in that regard. Their phone number is 01535 642329. Kind regards Alison Boardman - BPM - Management Support Officer.