Address Brontë Parsonage Museum Church Street, Haworth, Haworth, Keighley BD22 8DR, UK

Opened in 1928 in the Rectory at Haworth, the Brontë Parsonage Museum is run by the Brontë Society. It provides an insight into the private lives of Anne, Charlotte and Emily Brontë, three important authors of British literature.

This building, built in 1778-1779, welcomed the Brontë family in 1820. One hundred years later, the house was transformed into a museum dedicated to the three sisters Anne, Charlotte and Emily. It has two floors and all the rooms are furnished with Victorian objects. On the ground floor, in the dining room, there is the table where the novelists wrote, a large sitting room, the kitchen and the servants’ quarters.

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