The historic village of Haworth is a beautiful location to visit with many attractions that will appeal to the visitor. The cobbled main street is full of interesting and individual shops as well as being host to a variety of cafes, restaurants and pubs.

No trip to Haworth is complete without a visit to the famous Bronte Parsonage. The museum is staged in the house that the famous literary family lived in and is laid out authentically as it would have been in their day and contains many of their original possessions. It also has a wonderful gift shop.

Visitors will also enjoy the Parish Church in Haworth where the Bronte sisters' father was the vicar. The church was rebuilt in the 18th Century, but some parts of it date back to the 15th century. Within the church is the Bronte Vault.

A free attraction in Haworth is the Bronte Weaving Shed exhibition where you can see where the famous Bronte Tweed was woven by hand. You can enjoy seeing working exhibitions by the last hand loom weaver in Yorkshire.

Guided walks are offered in Haworth. These allow visitors to enjoy not only Haworth, but also some of the surrounding areas. Details can be found at tourist information.

One of the best ways to admire the rolling hills, moors and dales is to take a ride on the Keighley & Worth Valley Railway.This steam railway runs from Keighley to Oxenhope, and takes in Oakworth Station, which is well know as the location used for the 1970s film classic 'The Railway Children'.

There are also a great selection of museums and stately homes in the surrounding area. These include Cliffe Castle Museum and The National Trust property East Riddlesden Hall, an atmospheric 17th century manor house, in nearby Keighley.