Visit and fall in love with Haworth, the most romantic village in Yorkshire!

It's where Cathy & Heathcliffe embraced and local folklore says passing through the 'Fairy Cave' will bring marriage within a year. Dare you!

Visit and fall in love with Haworth

↓ ↓ ↓ The best 5 mile route across Haworth Moor ↓ ↓ ↓

Book a guided Haworth walk

Visit Haworth, Yorkshire

Haworth is a quaint, little village, clinging to the edge of the Yorkshire moors with cobbled streets, shops, cafes and pubs. It's a great place to unwind over coffee with friends, or take to the hills for literary adventures like crawling through the Fairy Cave!

Visit Bronte Waterfall for a gentle walk and picnic or take a longer hike up the hill to Top Withens, the desolate farmhouse (now a ruin) in Emily Bronte's classic novel, Wuthering Heights.

SATURDAY GUIDED WALKS - Book a 5 mile guided Haworth walk across the moors with others, taking you to all the key Bronte landmarks. These are available every Saturday morning during the Summer!

Haworth is also a great base to explore attractions in The Dales, Bradford or Leeds, so has excellent accommodation options for all travellers. It is of course, best known for being the literary home of the Brontes, as well as the majestic steam trains of the Keighley & Worth Valley Railway.

HAWORTH MOOR

Haworth Moor Walk to Top Withens - Wuthering Heights

THE BRONTES

Bronte Parsonage Museum

STEAM RAILWAY

Steam trains at Haworth Railway Station

EVENTS

Cycling weekend in Haworth, Yorkshire

MAIN STREET

Main Street Haworth

CENTRAL PARK

Haworth Central Park

ST MICHAEL'S

Saint Michaels Parish Church in Haworth

NEARBY

Alpaca Trekking in Haworth

Visit Haworth Village - Local Information

Haworth has ample car parking for most occasions, though it does get busy at peak times for special events. Please park responsibly away from residential houses and and we suggest using the council-run car park next to the Bronte Parsonage Museum (not the private one nearby). It has toilets and is ideal for the museum, the top of Main Street and for exploring the moors. Other public toilets are available at the bottom of Main Street in Central Park.

There are ATMs (cash machines) at the Spa shop (no fees) at the lower end of the village, near the railway station as well as inside the Kings Arms pub (fees apply) at the top of Main Street.

Should you require assistance during your visit, please ask at any local business who will be glad to help. You can also call the Bradford Visitor Information Centre on 01274 433678 (Monday to Saturday).