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Oakwell Hall was built by John Batt in 1583 and is now run as a 'living museum' furnished as the Batt family home in the 1690s.
Read more: About Oakwell Hall
Look around this wonderfully authentic 16th Century Manor House. Go straight to your favourite room, or take the whole tour, starting in the Great Hall and moving round the house from room to room.
Begin the Tour...
Details of Oakwell Hall's opening hours, how to find us, advice on planning your visit and event a look at the weather!
Read more: Planning Your Visit
On this page, you'll find books about Oakwell Hall, its history and local area - and about Oakwell Hall's Bronte Connection.
Read more: Books about Oakwell
Oakwell's most famous legend concerns the ghost of William Batt, owner of the house in 1684. He was a young man of 25...
Read more: The Ghost of Oakwell Hall
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