For more information visit the Bronte Parsonage website www.bronte.info (opens in a new window).
_____________________________________Opening Times 2013
The Museum is open every day from:
10am - 5.30pm (last admission 5.00pm) April to September
11am - 5pm (last admission 4.30pm) October to March
except 24-27 December, 2013, and January 2-31, 2014 (Museum open New Year's Day 12 noon to 5pm).
The Shop is open every day from:
10am - 4.50pm October to March, all year round except on Sundays, when it is open 11am-4.50pm.
Between April and the end of September it's open 10am-5.20pm every day.
Please note: last admission to Museum is half an hour before closing.Entry Fees 2013:
Standard admission: £7
Family ticket £18
(valid for 2 adults and up to 4 children)Address
Brontė Parsonage Museum, Church Street, Haworth, Keighley, West Yorkshire, BD22 8DR, United Kingdom
Tel : +44(0)1535 642323; Fax : +44(0)1535 647131; Email: email@example.comBooking
You only need book in advance if you have a group of 10 or more. Our group booking form is here. Special group rates are available. Phone Sonia Boocock on 01535 642323 or email here for details.Special Tours
Private tours of the Museum, including an opportunity to see behind the scenes and visit the Museum Library, are available by special arrangement. Phone 01535 642323, or email here for details.
Access to the Brontė Parsonage Museum is limited. Phone 01535 642323 for advice in advance. For more detailed information: Bronte Parsonage website www.bronte.org.uk/visit/access (opens in a new window). History of the Brontė Society
The Brontė Society was founded in 1893 and is the oldest literary society in the world. There was a time when, after the furore created by the extraordinary family of poets and authors, living in a remote Yorkshire village, interest in them began to die down, although some enthusiastic visitors were already making their way to Haworth before Charlotte died in 1855.
Early in 1902 the Society was registered as a company without a share capital but incorporated by guarantee. Little or nothing had existed by way of a constitution and this step was taken to give the Society a legal status and hopefully to encourage more people to lend material to the museum.