We have brought together a list of links to websites which you may find interesting and which can give you further information.

Brontë related subjects

Brontë Parsonage Museum
including information on the Brontë Society and the Brontë Parsonage Shop

Brontë Family

Die Schwestern Brontë (in German)

Les soeurs Brontë (in French) 

Haworth Village Website

Inside the Parsonage 360° views

Brontë page on Stevie Davies’ website 

Brussels and Belgium

The Brontë Society memorial plaque in Brussels 

The official website of the City of Brussels 

The Brussels-Capital Region
a social, cultural and economic site

History site dedicated to Napoleon and the Battle of Waterloo

Website of Brussels Museums

Interactive map of the city centre of Brussels

The Cathedral of St. Michel and St. Gudula 

Royal Library of Belgium (Bibliothèque royale de Belgique/ Koninklijke Bibliotheek van België)

Cercle d’Histoire de Bruxelles

Websites in English for expats in Belgium
The Bulletin
Expats in Brussels
The Brussels British Community Association Directory
British Council, Brussels
Women’s International Club of Brussels
Bridfas (The Brussels Decorative and Fine Arts Society)
ARAU Action Urbaine (in French)
Arkadia (in French)

Patrimoine Brussels
The Council of monuments and landscapes of Brussels-Capital Region; heritage site (in French and Dutch) featuring publications on the city of Brussels, art, architecture and history, and organise Open Monuments Day.

Heritage site, Erfgoedsite  (only in Dutch)

Royal Institute for the study and Conservation of Belgium’s Artistic Heritage

Het Archief en Museum van het Vlaams Leven te Brussel (only in Dutch)

Onthaal en Promotie Brussels, culturele website

‘Broodje Brussel’ wandeling: Britse sporen in Brussel

Digitaal Brussel
Historical and cultural links (only in Dutch)

Brussel Nieuws
Wegwijs in Brussel; useful links focusing on cultural Brussels (only in Dutch)

Het Sint-Lukasarchief
website about architectural heritage

Urbanisme in Brussel, 1830-1860
An important thesis by Edwin Smellinckx about the city’s architectural and structural development between 1830 and 1860. (only in Dutch)

Media and arts

Victorian Web: literature, history & culture in the age of Victoria

The National Portrait Gallery
Portraits of Charlotte Brontē
and Emily Brontë


Brontes in Brussels Blog

Other Brontë Blogs

Web news magazine of the Brontë Parsonage Museum



Brontëana Bronte Studies Archive

Les soeurs Brontë

Brontë & 19th century literature

Online editions of Charlotte Brontë’s work
Works by the Brontës at Project Gutenberg
Charlotte Brontë and her Circle, by Clement K. Shorter
From Project Gutenberg
Famous Poets & Poems

Literary Societies

The Alliance of Literary Societies
A comprehensive list of literary societies in the UK with links to their websites

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