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At Bronte Adventures, we’re pleased to welcome you and be your local guide when planning a trip to Haworth.

Haworth is a quaint, little village, clinging to the edge of the Yorkshire moors.
It has picturesque cobbled streets with shops, cafes and pubs where people visit to unwind over coffee or take to the hills for a more rugged moorland adventure.

Haworth is best known for being the literary home of the Brontes and the majestic steam trains of the Keighley & Worth Valley Railway. It’s where Cathy and Heathcliffe embraced and where local folklore says passing through ‘The Fairy Cave‘ will bring marriage within a year – dare you!

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With excellent accommodation options, Haworth is also a great base to explore other nearby attractions in The Dales or cities such as Bradford or Leeds.

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We suggest using the council-run Pay and display car park by the Bronte Parsonage Museum, rather than the nearby private one. They have toilets there too.


The public toilets in the park at the bottom of Main Street are open Thurs to Sun, from 11am and 3.30pm. The toilets by the Bronte Parsonage Museum are currently closed.

1st Aid

We suggest visiting the pharmacy (closed on Sundays) near the train station or ask a local business for assistance. Haworth also has a surgery if required.


Baby changing facilities are in the park toilet block at the bottom of Main Street or you can ask at your chosen cafe or pub.

ATMs For Cash

A free ATM is outside of the Spa shop near the train station and another is in the Kings Arms pub at the top of Main Street which has a fee for transactions.