Haworth Parsonage was the
home of the
Brontės' between 1820 until Patrick's death in 1860. The moors so
dear to their hearts can be reached by a path through the churchyard.
The Parsonage as it stands
today is well worth a visit to
Society who own
and run the Parsonage have, wherever possible, restored the rooms to the way
they appeared in the early 1850s so you will be able to 'visit the
their natural environment.
They are buried in a
family vault inside the church which was rebuilt in 1879.There is a Bronte
Memorial Chapel in the church and a commemorative plaque to the family.
The Bronte Societys
Library is also housed at the Parsonage which contains many original documents.
Use of the Library is available by appointment, and on payment of a small fee.
Emily Bronte & Wuthering Heights
Map for location only - not clickable
information on Bronte country:
Keighley & Worth
John C Moore