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We want everyone who visits us to feel welcome. Whether it’s an upcoming holiday or just a day out with friends, there’s always something going on in Haworth!
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Haworth Events 2022 - 2023 Calendar
Craft Fairs In The Schoolrooms
March 26th & 27th.
April 16th, 17th & 18th (Easter Bank Holiday)
May 20th, 21st & 22nd (Vintage Craft Fair – 1940s Weekend)
May 28th & 29th.
June 25th & 26th.
August 27th, 28th & 29th ( Bank Holiday)
September 24th & 25th.
October 28th & 29th
November 19th, 20th, 11th, 26th & 27th.
December 3rd, 4th, 10th, 11th, 17th & 18th.
A treasure trove of handmade gifts and crafts with quality stallholders selling unique and interesting gifts not readily available on the high street.
Escape To The Moor - 5 mile guided walk
Private bookings throughout the winter or watch the video for free for a self-guided tour!
Walk in the footsteps of the Brontes and explore the wild Yorkshire moors visiting all key beauty spots and landmarks. You’ll learn about local places of interest, what inspired the Brontes and hear stories of local folk-lore. Read the reviews!
The Escape To The Moor guided walk is 5.5 miles and takes approx 4 hours.
Haworth 1940s Weekend 2022
21st and 22nd May 2022
Haworth hosts one of the biggest and best 1940’s events in the UK.
The village is transformed with decorations, stalls and re-enactments along Main Street and the park. 1940s dances with swing bands are held at various venues during the evenings.
Join us in a 1940s costume for lots of dancing and merriment.
The Haworth 1940s Weekend is a spectacular, must-see event and we strongly suggest you book your accommodation now.
Haworth Steampunk Weekend 2022
7th & 8th October 2022
You will see Steampunk Victorian / Edwardian fashion, Steampunk vehicles, dancers, tea duelling, best dressed, Steampunk accessories and Steampunk traders.
Steampunks gather to socialise, shop and be entertained whilst taking in the lovely atmosphere and pretty surrounds.
This is an annual charity event for Sue Ryder Manorlands Hospice.
KWVR Beer & Music Festival 2022
2022 date to be arranged - watch this space!
The Railway is transformed into a 5 mile beer festival with bars at Oxenhope (every day), Ingrow (Friday to Sunday) and Keighley (Friday & Saturday). Our steam trains will also convey on-train bars from Friday to Sunday.
Music will be in the Exhibition Hall at Oxenhope station and in the marquee at Ingrow station.
There are weekend rover tickets and day tickets available for riding on the trains. There are also tickets for just access to the festival site on Friday & Saturday: £15, reduced to £10 after 8pm (on a first come, first served basis).
See the website for full ticketing details for the festival.
Steam Into A Haworth Christmas!
The Keighley And Worth Valley Railway at Christmas is incredibly popular with children able to meet Santa, and his helpers, on a real steam train! Arriving at Oxenhope Station, you’ll take a seat in your very own private compartment and enjoy a steam train ride to ‘Kringle Town’ where you’ll meet Santa and his many elf helpers.
Haworth Christmas Festival
Click to see full details of the Haworth Christmas Festival, but the key dates are:
To be arranged: Late Night Shopping with the festive, twinkly lights of Main Street.
To be arranged: Light Up Haworth Weekend – as the day turns to night, the large Christmas tree, archway of lights at the top and over a hundred of Christmas trees in between transforms the street into a magical Christmas scene. A craft fair in the Schoolrooms is also open all day. Enjoy!
To be arranged: Torchlight Procession Weekend – the popular procession is at 5pm on both days with Carols from the bottom of Main Street to the top. Torches are available to purchase and there’s a craft fair on both days at the Schoolrooms too.
To be arranged: Christmas Music Weekend – with traditional Yorkshire brass bands and craft fair is at the Schoolrooms.
To be arranged: Nativity Weekend – popular procession singing carols, seeking ‘a room at the inn’ and craft fair at the Schoolrooms.
We strongly suggest you book your accommodation well in advance.