Museum and Library
- Inside the Parsonage

Discover more about each of the house's rooms

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To find out more about the treasures of the Brontë Parsonage Museum, click on each room below. You can also access a free copy of our Museum Guide from the downloads menu (right). Or download a floorplan from the same menu: ideal for planning your upcoming trip, or just for browsing.

The Entrance Hall

'The walls were... stained in a pretty dove-coloured tint'

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Mr Brontë's Study

'Mr Brontë sat beside the fireplace erect in his chair'

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The Dining Room

'The perfection of warmth, snugness and comfort...'

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The Kitchen

'Here Emily studied German with her book propped up before her...'

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Mr Nicholls' Study

'Since I came home I have been very busy stitching...'

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The Servant's Room

'Tabby and the young servant were ill in bed...'

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Charlotte's Room

'My room was really beautiful in some lights, moonlight especially'

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The Children's Study

'Small as it was, it was not called a nursery...'

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Mr Brontë's Bedroom

'The curtains were found ablaze, and Branwell lying... insensible...'

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Branwell's Studio

'A row of potatoes was placed on the uppermost range rib to roast...'

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Exhibition Room

'More and more people sent their Brontë souvenirs to Haworth as gifts'

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