The Brontë Parsonage Museum has released its first new guidebook since 1998.
The glossy brochure has been published following last year’s major refurbishment of the parsonage.
The text has been updated so that it takes into account changes to displays at the Haworth museum over the past 15 years.
The new 48-page guidebook also includes the findings from recent research into the history of the Parsonage’s furnishings.
The museum teamed up with specialist publishers Scala to prepare the book, which contains 59 colour photographs.
The 1998 guidebook was written by Kathryn White, a former curator of the museum, and Ann Dinsdale, who is currently the collections manager.
Ann, who extensively revised the original text for the new version, said the book was the museum’s official guide.
She said: “It has been updated to include new images and the new rooms. (...)
The Brontë Parsonage Museum guidebook is on sale in the museum shop. (David Knights)