Brontë Parsonage Museum

Interesting
The parsonage, where the Reverend Patrick Brontë and his family lived, still contains the memorabilia of a family of exceptional talent. Furniture, books and drawings remind visitors that Charlotte (1818-1855), Emily (1818-1848) and Anne (1820-1849), all famous novelists, once lived here. Their brother, Branwell, painted a portrait of his sisters here which now hangs in the National Portrait Gallery in London.

Useful information

Adresse : 

Church Street

Price:

7.50 £ (children 3.75 £)

Opening hours

Apr-Sep: 10am-5.30pm; rest of year: 11am-5pm, last tour 30min before closing - closed in Jan

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