East Riddlesden Hall
Originally built in 1642 and then rebuilt and extended in 1648, East Riddlesden Hall is a seventeenth century merchant's house near Keighley in the heart of West Yorkshire's Bronte Country .
Originally the home of James Murgatroyd and the Murgatroyd family, East Riddlesden Hall is now a museum owned and operated by the National Trust.
The hall has served as a filming location for various media productions, and was used in the 1992 big screen version of Wuthering Heights starring Ralph Fiennes and Juliette Binoche.
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