|This shows the parsonage and the adjacent churchyard.|
The rooks in the trees above keep up a cacophony of raucous sound
This shows the cobbled street at the side of the parsonage
which the Brontës would have used to get into the village of Haworth
This is The Black Bull Pub
where Branwell Bronte was a frequent visitor.
|Haworth is a pretty Yorkshire town|
but flat shoes are preferable on the cobblestones!
|View along Main Street which shows the cobbled street|
|View down Main Street against the back drop of the|
St Michael and All Angels Church
The stone shows where the gate once stood which the Brontes used to get into the churchyard
from the parsonage.
St Michaels and All Angels Church
Brontës in Memoriam
This view from the parsonage no doubt inspired Emily when she wrote
I enjoyed my tour of the parsonage, it's a fascinating experience to wander around the home of the Brontës. To see the dining room where Charlotte, Emily and Anne sat late at night composing their great literary works gives a better insight into their world.
There is no photography allowed inside the parsonage, but you'll find more details