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Historic Site, free entry

St Marys Church, Scarborough

St Marys Church, Scarborough

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Anne Bronte died in Scarborough on 28th May 1849 aged 29 yrs. She is buried in St Mary's Church graveyard in Scarborough; a place she loved; a place she portrayed in both her novels - Agnes Grey and The Tenant of Wildfell Hall; and a place where she wished to open her own school.

Public toiletsAccepts groups

Open all the time


Free entry


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Castle Road,
North Yorkshire,
YO11 1HY



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Map reference: TA 046891  Lat: 54.28684 Long: -0.39466

By road:
Follow signs into Scarborough town centre looking for the railway station. With the station on your right, turn left at the lights along Northway and take your first right at the next lights along Victoria Rd. Follow the road until you come to the roundabout and continue straight ahead. At the end of the road you will see St. Mary's Church on your right. The grave is located just past the churchyard on your right.

Parking: free


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