Things To Do In haworth

There’s lots of things to do in Haworth, whether you’re visiting for a couple of hours, weekend or a whole week.

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Bronte Parsonage Museum

Bronte Parsonage Museum

Visit where the Bronte wrote their classic novels and see the world’s largest collection of Brontë artifacts.

Steam Trains

Keighley & Worth Valley Railway

Step back to a bygone age of industrial sights, sounds and smells of steam and other vintage trains.

Purple Heather

Self-Guided Moorland Walks

Walk in the footsteps of the Brontes and through the heather to Wuthering Heights and other beautiful spots.

Things to do on Haworth Main Street

Haworth Main Street

The famous cobbled street for those special gifts, pub lunch or place to meet friends over coffee and cake!

Haworth events

Haworth Events

The best 1940s event in the UK, Christmas weekends and a whole array of music and artisan activities. 

Bronte Adventures Guided Walk

Guided Moorland Walks

We'll take you off the beaten track to all the key Bronte landmarks with local facts, information and folk-lore.

Things To Do In Haworth

Bronte Parsonage Museum

This is where the Brontes grew up and created their famous novels. Now a popular visitor attraction with artifacts and annual exhibitions and events, much has been kept as it was during the Bronte period with many of their personal possessions on show.

The parsonage has a small pleasant garden at the front, but if a sunny day, do to a book or light lunch to the meadow field at the rear.

Keighley And Worth Valley Railway

Ride the steam and diesel trains of yesteryear of this 5 mile line, made famous by 1970 film, The Railway Children. Stand on the bridge at Haworth station as a steam train gently leaves the station blasting from its funnel underneath. Hold on to your camera!

Haworth Walks

To really get an understanding of the influences of the Bronte family, you need to get your boots muddy by romping over Haworth Moor.

The moor is a constant character in their thoughts and whether you are a Bronte enthusiast or not, you’ll appreciate the openness and freedom a good, windy stroll will give. There are many locations to visit by yourself or you can walk with others on the 5 mile guided walk, Escape To The Moor.

Main Street

If you want olde-worlde charm and a large slice of ‘traditional’ Yorkshire, Main Street in Haworth is for you. This steep, cobbled street is lined with shops, cafes, bars, restaurants and pubs tempting the taste buds of all travellers.

They are all good quality and good value and it’s easy to find a gift for yourself or loved one to remind you of your trip.

Places To Eat And Drink In Haworth

Haworth is a joy when it comes to eating out, from boutique pies, gastro-pubs to gourmet dinners, there’s plenty of choice for a light bite or something more refined. But if it’s coffee and cake or a simple Yorkshire cuppa that takes your fancy, Haworth has tearooms and coffee shops galore.

Bucking the national trend, Haworth’s pub community is booming. Seven are on Main Street with the other two by the train station at the lower part of the village. All are worth visiting, though you may want to do it over a few days!

Haworth Shops

There’s nothing better than a wander in and out of small, independent gift shops searching for that birthday coming up or anniversary present, and Haworth has many for you to explore. Lots sell online too, so do visit their websites if you can’t visit in person.

Nearby Attractions

There’s plenty to fill several days in Haworth itself, but if you also want to explore further afield, places to visit should include the Five Rise Locks in Bingley; Hardcastle Crags wand Gibson Mill near Hebden Bridge; Hill Top Farm for some local produce just outside the village and the tranquil hamlet of Wycoller. Seek them out – you won’t be disappointed.

Christmas in Haworth

Christmas in Haworth

Haworth Stocks

Haworth Stocks

Haworth Park and playground

Haworth Park

Haworth Church graveyard

Haworth Church Graveyard

An ice cream on Main Street

Ice Cream On Main Street

Haworth Parish Church

Haworth Parish Church

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