Opening hours, fees, and how to get here
The Museum and Shop are open daily as follows:
|1 April – 31 October
||10am – 5.30pm
|1 November – 31 March
||10am – 5pm
|New Year's Day
||12noon – 5pm
We are open until 8pm on the third Thursday of each month. The Museum will be closed 24 -27 December 2016 and 2 – 31 January 2017 inclusive.
Last admission to the Museum is 30 minutes before closing.
||£3.75 (under 5s free)
||£18.00 (up to 2 adults and 4 children)
Tickets are valid for 12 months from date of issue.
Brontë 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.com
You only need to book in advance if you have a group of 10 or more. Our group booking form is here. Special group rates are available. Phone the Museum on 01535 642323 or email here for details.
Private tours of the Museum, including an opportunity to visit the Museum Library and see some of the 'treasures' of the collection, are available by special arrangement. Phone 01535 642323, or email here for details.
Access to the Brontë Parsonage Museum is limited. Phone 01535 642323 for advice in advance, or email here, and we will do our best to help with visitors' special needs. For more detailed information click here.
The Museum does not have toilets. Closest toilets are in the car park adjacent to the Museum.
For other events taking place in and around Haworth see www.visitbradford.com or www.haworth-village.org.uk.
Groups and Tours
For more information on educational bookings click here. For information on bookings for other groups please click here.
To buy a copy of our souvenir Brontë Parsonage Museum Guide Click here. Free room guides are available for all visitors in English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Dutch, Russian, Polish Chinese, Japanese and Korean.
The Brontë Society, owner of the Brontë Parsonage Museum, is a registered charity, number 529952, and a company, number 73855.
The Brontë Parsonage Museum relies on funding from The Brontë Society, which is a registered charity, and depends on funding from you, the public. If you are interested in becoming a member yourself, click here for details of membership benefits and how to join.