Rating: 8,7/10 (909 votes)The Bronte Sisters Museum is a very attractive attraction for those who are interested not only in history, but also in the literature of England. This museum is dedicated to three talented sisters: Charlotte, Emily and Anne Bronte. It is located in Haworth, West Yorkshire. It was here that the sisters lived for most of their lives, and most of the novels and poems known throughout the world were written here. The family of Patrick Bronte, a native of Ireland, arrived at Haworth in 1820. The father of the family himself graduated from Cambridge, was a clergyman, and in the city of Haworth he was given a parish. He also wrote fiction and poetry. The daughters followed in their father's footsteps. The museum contains the Bronte Sisters Society, dedicated to the preservation of their heritage. For many, this place, surrounded by picturesque moorlands, is also a source of inspiration how it inspired women themselves to create such famous literary creations as the novels Jane Eyre, Wuthering Heights, and The Stranger of Wildfell Hall. In the museum you can get acquainted with the personal items of the Bronte family; the creators of the museum tried to recreate the atmosphere of that era. The walls are decorated with pictures painted by the hands of the talented Bronte sisters in every respect, as well as their brother Branwell.
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