Bronte, his wife Maria and their two children, Maria and Elizabeth
moved to the parsonage at Thornton Bradford on the 15th May 1815.
They stayed there until 1820, moving to the parsonage at Haworth.
The frontage on the the right hand side was added in 1898 and
was used as a butchers shop.
Charlotte (1816), Emily (1818), Anne (1820) and Branwell (1817)
were all born there. You can take a 360
degree view outside here...
you enter the house a door on the left is the drawing room and
on the right the door leads into the dining room.
Inside the dining room by the fireplace is where Charlotte, Emily,
Anne and Branwell were born. 360
panorama of the dining room here...
In the foreground, steps to the left lead down to what was a
Butchers shop, added in 1898.
into the hall to the right of the stairs is access to kitchen
and scullery and a second staircase for servants.
Up the staircase leads to Mr and Mrs Bronte's bedroom, and the
children and nursemaids bedrooms.
and Maria's bedroom is situated above the dining room. 360
panorama of their bedroom here...
children's bedroom is situated above the drawing room. Opposite
where the picture is taken, is a passageway leading to the servants
room. You can take a 360
panorama of the children's bedroom here...
nursemaids room is located off a small corridor near to the children's
bedroom. The staircase leads down to the kitchen and scullery.
Nancy and Sarah Garrs were the children's nursemaids while at