Ann Dinsdale and Jane Sellars: ‘Then and Now’, the Brontë Parsonage Museum at 90

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The Brontë Parsonage Museum opened to the public for the first time on 4 August 1928, and the stream of pilgrims who had been visiting Haworth for the previous seventy-five years could now look around the very rooms in which the Brontë family had lived, written and worked. Ann Dinsdale, Principal Curator at the Museum, and Jane Sellars, Curator of Cultural Services at Harrogate Borough Council and a former Director of the Brontë Society, discuss Haworth in the 1920s and the Museum’s journey through the last ninety years.

Our Summer Festival events are open to all, but members of the Brontë Society have priority booking until Tuesday 1 May, after which any remaining tickets are released on general sale. 

Tickets £7/£5 concessions*. Booking opens 1 May 2018.  Please book in advance at or by calling 01535 642323.

*In addition to Brontë Society members, concessions apply to the following groups:
Children, students and people over 65
People in receipt of Personal Independence Payment
People in receipt of a means-tested benefit
Please be prepared to provide proof of status. 
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