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Bronte Parsonage Museum

Church Street, Keighley BD22 8DR, England
+44 1535 642323
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The Bronte Parsonage Museum was the home of the world's most famous literary family and the place where the great, romantic novels 'Jane Eyre' and 'Wuthering Heights' were written. 2016 marks the bicentenary of the birth of Charlotte Bronte and an ideal time to visit her former home. The house still evokes the atmosphere of the Brontes' time, and offers visitors a unique insight into their day-to-day lives and varied interests. The Rooms the Brontes used are largely unchanged and filled with a world-class collection of furniture, clothes and personal possessions, as well as a range of domestic artefacts used by the family. Whether you are a fan of the Brontes' writing or simply intrigued by remarkable people and their stories, you will find visiting the Parsonage an absorbing and unforgettable experience.
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Church Street, Keighley BD22 8DR, England
+44 1535 642323
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

We spent a pleasant time looking around the museum which is well presented. The only thing was due to small rooms it needed patience as we had to wait to view each room due to the number of people ahead of us.This didn't present a...More

Thank celia b
Reviewed yesterday

I visited with a group of four adults, with me being the only one who had ever read any of the Bronte novels and the others really just tagging along! However the museum was so interesting and well laid out and the staff so friendly...More

Thank V138
Reviewed yesterday

We visited Great Britain only because of this museum and i have to say was great idea!!!! So nice house, original clothes and things what family Brontë used. When i was there i feel like im in time when they lived. Great!

Thank MonikaR951988
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

I'm here for 7 Days and I've been in everyday, each time you get the magical feeling of happiness ...beautiful place great staff and I can't wait to go back today

Thank KenmoreR
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

We went to Brontë museum today and I was not disappointed. Museums run the risk of being boring but this one wasn't. We went and admissions and the staff were friendly though when we were charged I did find the prices a little steep but...More

Thank msfreya
Reviewed 2 days ago

The village is gorgeous, cobbled streets, quaint shops and the wonderful landscape. On the day we went the weather was a bit grim, but actually that added to the romance of the place and gave it a truly Bronte feel. The parsonage is wonderful. It...More

Thank TurinTraveller
Reviewed 3 days ago

The staff clearly have a passion for their job, welcome questions and in the bookshop you get offered a special stamp of the parsonage in every book you buy. The entrance ticket is valid for a whole year, so I went twice during my holiday...More

Thank Medieval Lady
Reviewed 3 days ago

It's a long time since I went inside. At the moment the displays are mostly to do with the BBC production. Wonderful to see some of Charlotte's art and also that of Branwell. Just a wonderful place to visit for any Bronte lover. Since I...More

Thank traveller1926
Reviewed 4 days ago

Haworth is a gorgeous village, and even without the Brontes, it would be well worth the drive across the Penines and Moors to see the lovely old shops and cafes, the cobbled streets, the church and the graveyard. That's why the Bronte Parsonage is such...More

Thank LucyKate
Reviewed 1 week ago

We visited this beautiful house after a very long walk to Top Withens , the rain was set for the afternoon and made for an eery but romantic day out here in Haworth. Perfect! the house itself is such a beautiful dwelling, plenty of staff...More

Thank Moetbubbles
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29 December 2016|
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Response from VISSERVICESBRONTE | Property representative |
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
Clare L
18 October 2016|
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Response from jreman | Reviewed this property |
l would have thought no! you could always phone
23 May 2016|
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Response from Bethwillis31 | Reviewed this property |
there are steps in the museum by otherwise its easy to access, however the town itself has cobbled streets and hills