What to see in Haworth
Haworth is best explored on foot provides a huge range of exciting things to do in the Bronte country.
Its not just about the Bronte's. Thousand of visitors flock to the Village for many of the themed events they hold throughout the year or spend time exploring the cobbled streets and alleyways of Haworth with its antique shops, shops as well as traditional pubs, quaint cafes and restaurants.
The heritage steam railway deep in Bronte country is an immaculate branch line with its variety of locomotives and carriages is enthusiasts favourite.
Celebrating the Bull Dog spirit the Village town becomes an arena for all things 1940s - with music, singing, dancing, stalls and all manner of vehicles. To get the best experience why not enter into the spirit of the era by dressing up and joining in too.
The village turns back the clock with music, dancing, scooters and vintage stalls. Dozens of local businesses decorate their shop windows with displays on sixties themes ranging from flower power, to hippie fashions.
Haworth plays host to the increasing interest in Steampunk when the village hosts its now annual Steampunk Weekend.
.Steampunk began as a sub-genre of science fiction and fantasy literature, but has developed in recent years to become a craft and lifestyle movement that commonly features some aspect of steam-powered machinery.
Keighley worth valley railway
Step back to a bygone era and take a ride on a steam train. Explore the beautiful surroundings of the Worth Valley and discover the charm of travelling on a heritage steam train. Steam locomotives are changed throughout the year and the railway has plenty of special events lined up, along with ‘Special Experiences’ such as Footplate Experiences steam gala's and more
Explore the moors
The moors and valleys in the area offer a large number of walks for those of all abilities. The Bronte parsonage museum backs onto the moors so you can let the kids burn off energy or take a 3 mile walk to Bronte falls.
vegetable, flower and produce show,
Haworth, Oxenhope, Lees and Cross Roads Gardeners’ and Allotment Holders’ Association hold an annual show in the Village hall. The show features classes including vegetables and fruit, flowers and house plants, baking, jams, chutneys, eggs and handicrafts, as well as classes for children in three age categories.