General Information

Opening Times

Opening hours

March, April, October, November and December 2024

Wednesday - Sunday, 10am - 5pm
Closed Monday and Tuesday

May to September 2024    

Wednesday - Monday, 10am - 5pm 
Closed Tuesdays

Last entry to the Museum is at 4pm

Please note: The Brontë Parsonage Museum is a historic building. For the safety and comfort of our visitors, we monitor visitor numbers in order to avoid over-crowding. At busy times visitors may need to queue for a short while to gain access to the house. Advance booking online is advised for all visitors, including Brontë Society Members and returning 12-month pass holders. Thank you for your cooperation.


ADMISSION PRICES (VALID from 1 april 2024)

Standard: £12.50
Concession 65+

General Concession:*

Teen Ticket 12-16: £6.25 
Child 11 and under (as part of a family group)

*Concessions apply to students, disabled people, people in receipt of a means-tested benefit, Blue Light cardholders and Residents of BD20, BD21 and BD22.  Please be prepared to provide proof of status. Further information and promotions can be found on Art Tickets.

Please click HERE to book your tickets.
You will be redirected to the Art Tickets booking system to make your booking. We are delighted to be working with Art Fund to manage our online bookings.

Terms and Conditions
Tickets are non-refundable, except in the case of cancellation by the Brontë Parsonage Museum. All paid-for tickets are valid for 12 months from date of issue and should be retained and shown at each subsequent visit. There is no need to print your tickets - simply show us the confirmation of your booking on your device.

group bookings

Group booking applies to groups of 10 or more. All groups have priority when entering the Museum. Please contact the Bookings Team on 01535 640192 or email HERE with your enquiry.


The Museum does not currently have toilet facilities onsite. The nearest public toilets are situated in the carpark next to the Museum. There is a charge of 30p to use the toilets and contactless payment is available. There is also a wealth of local pubs and cafes on Main Street in Haworth. The is not a cloakroom or locker facilities on site.

wheelchair access

The Museum is a listed Georgian building with a challenging physical layout. Displays are located on the Ground Floor and First Floor of the building. The clear opening for doorways on the Ground Floor measures at approximately 55cm. You are welcome to borrow a wheelchair that fits these dimensions. There is no lift access to the First Floor. There is a Ground Floor ticket option available if access to the First Floor is not possible. This ticket type is bookable online. More information can be found here.

assistance animals

Registered Assistance Dogs are welcome at the Museum. This includes guide dogs, hearing dogs, seizure response dogs and diabetes alert dogs. If you would like to bring an emotional support animal (ESA) with you, please let us know in advance of your visit. If we are able to accommodate your ESA, you will need to carry it at all times during your visit to the Museum.


Kindly note, it is not permitted to smoke or vape anywhere on the Museum premises, including our outdoor spaces.


accessibility guide

We have worked with AccessAble to create a detailed Access Guide. Trained surveyors visited the Museum to create an accurate and impartial guide to accessing our building. Click the button below or navigate to the DOWNLOADS tab on the left of the screen to download the guide.

If you cannot find the information you are looking for or would like to talk to us in advance of your visit, you can contact us on 01535 642323 (voice) or by emailing Telephones and emails are answered Monday to Friday, 10am to 5pm.

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