Bronte Parsonage Museum Yorkshire

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Church Street, Haworth, BD22 8DR

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February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December


5 to 7 years, 8 to 10 years, 11 to 13 years, 14 to 16 years, College, University

We provide workshops, talks & guided tours for Key Stage 2 to A level. All trips are designed to meet your needs, learning levels & curriculum focus. Brownies, Guides or Scouts groups can experience Brontë-themed craft workshops, Museum tours & more.

Listed under: Day Trip Destinations | Drama / Performing Arts | English | History | Tours and Trips | Historical Heritage | Museums | Walking Tours

What we offer

The Bront? Parsonage Museum is a great place for educational visits. Set in the historic village of Haworth and in the middle of the moors, the setting alone is wonderful. The Parsonage itself is an atmospheric recreation of the home of this amazing family, and we have a fantastic collection. The workshops make the most of these assets, with varied curriculum linked activities for all ages, from drama to guided walks to academic talks. These are delivered by experienced enthusiastic staff, who will help your pupils have an enjoyable day, of real educational value. Our enthusiastic team will help you really get the most out of your visit.

Accreditation and Awards

In September 2015, the volunteers in our Learning Department were announced Regional (Yorkshire) Winners of the Marsh Christian's Trust Volunteers for Museum Learning? Award.

Group Sizes Catered For

We don?t have an upper limit, but we have a lower limit of 10

Materials, Resources & Information Provided

We can provide worksheets on request for teachers, developed and produced in house. They are curriculum linked and teachers can have samples before they visit.

Photography, Filming & Audio Restrictions

Photography is not allowed in the Museum, but visitors are welcome to take photographs in the grounds or during the workshop.

Risk Assessment Details

Please contact Sue Newby: 01535 640185 or email 

 or 01535 642323

Education Officer Information

Our Learning Officer is Sue Newby: 01535 640185 or email 

Pricing Information

Prices for group admission to the Museum start at £5.50 per person (children £3.50). Prices for groups wishing to enhance their visit with a walk, talk or workshop start at £6.75 per person (children £6.25), which includes entry to the Museum. Group leaders / supervising adults admitted free of charge.

Clothing Requirements

Warm clothing with sensible shoes if a walk is part of your visit.

First Aid Information

We cannot guarantee at the moment that there will always be a first aider on site.

Available Facilities

We have a shop selling a variety of souvenirs for children. Minimum priced item 75p, average spend £2 - £3. We don?t have a canteen but we do have a space where children can eat their lunch in bad weather.

Accessibility & Disabled Facilities

Unfortunately access for disabled visitors is limited. Please call ahead for advice

Opening Hours & Information

10am - 5pm November to March; 10am to 5.30pm April to October. Closed 24 -27 December and during January (except New Year's Day 12 noon - 5pm)


A big thank you to you for the admin, and to Sue for a great talk and interesting walk around town. It was EVEN better than previous years! We all learned a lot, and the students felt inspired to go on and do the reading over the summer, which was the object of the visit. Julie Rushton, Ulverston Victoria High School

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