Haworth is open for business and welcoming visitors every day. This is the perfect place to find all Haworth events as they are arranged – so do bookmark this page and subscribe!
We have new business openings for you to enjoy, as well as the regular Bronte Parsonage events and steam train rides that Haworth is known for.
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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*We hope 2021 will be kind to you and to us. We strive to keep this listing up to date, but before booking your accommodation, please confirm event details with the individual organisers.
Haworth Events Calendar
Escape To The Moor - 5 mile guided walk
Book a guided walk to suit your group
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 and hear stories of local folk-lore. Read the reviews!
Due to current restrictions, walks are socially-distanced and limited to a maximum group of fourteen people plus your guide. However, walks from June onwards are not expected to be restricted, so we can start to take school parties and larger groups.
If your group would prefer a shorter or longer walk, or tour around the village, get in touch. We can tailor everything for you.
Haworth 1940s Weekend 2021
25th September 2021
Haworth hosts one of the biggest and best 1940’s events in the UK.
The village is transformed with decoration, stalls, dances and re-enactments along Main Street and the park.
The event is just on a single day this year, but promises to be extremely popular after having to cancel last year’s weekend event. 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.
Steam Into A Haworth Christmas!
A Haworth Christmas is like no other with fairy lights, brass bands playing carols and other entertainment and stall-holders creating a very special atmosphere.
The Keighley And Worth Valley Railway 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.
Steam through the Worth Valley and be mesmerised by the enchanting tunnel of lights and join in the fun with lots of singing, laughter and goodies!
Dates will be published here in due course!