The Bronte Parsonage was the former home of the Bronte family, including sisters Emily, Charlotte and Anne. It has been preserved and is maintained as The Bronte Parsonage Museum by the The Bronte Society.
Visitors can view many of the rooms of the parsonage from Mr Bronte's study to the kitchen and servants rooms through to Charlotte's room. The parsonage is also home to the largest collection of diaries, manuscripts and early editions of the works of the Brontes.
The Bronte society team run a range of workshops and activities suitable for everyone for all ages and education levels.
Visiting the Bronte Parsonage
Open Year Round except 24 - 27 December 2014 and 5 - 31 January 2015.
10am - 5.30pm April to October
10am - 5pm November to March
The Museum has no toilets, the nearest toilets are in the car park adjacent to the museum.
Contact The Bronte Parsonage Museum
Brontë Parsonage Museum
Website: Bronte Parsonage Museum