Brontë Country is a term often used to describe the beautiful corner of England where the great literary sisters Charlotte, Emily and Anne Brontë lived and drew inspiration for their novels. The Brontë Parsonage Museum, in Haworth, West Yorkshire was home to the Brontë family and it’s from this atmospheric, grey stone house that our journey will begin. Step back in time and wander the cobbled streets of Haworth where the Brontë sisters walked, going about their everyday lives. A preserved steam railway that runs through the town allows a glimpse of how the Brontës would have travelled greater distances. Closer to home, discover the winding, rugged paths which led the sisters out into the dramatic landscape of “Wuthering Heights”, where the Brontë Falls cascade down the valley under the Brontë Bridge. Even if you’ve never read a Brontë novel in your life, this program has something very special to offer, charting the real-life story of the Brontë family, set against the beautiful Yorkshire landscape. “Brontë Country” tells a tale full of passion, romance and tragedy, giving the viewer a real flavor of life in Victorian Britain as well as a delightful perspective into the lives, loves and works of the World famous Brontë sisters.