Top things to do in Haworth

Heritage Railway in Haworth

Keighley & Worth Valley Railway

This vintage railway runs steam and classic diesel engines between Keighley and Oxenhope via Haworth. The classic 1970 movie The Railway Children was shot along this line: Mr Perks was stationmaster at Oakworth, whe…
Church in Haworth

Haworth Parish Church

Your first stop in Haworth should be the parish church, a lovely old place of worship built in the late 19th century on the site of the older church that the Brontë sisters knew, which was demolished in 1879. The Br…
Museum in Haworth

Brontë Parsonage Museum

Set in a pretty garden overlooking Haworth parish church and graveyard, the house where the Brontë family lived from 1820 to 1861 is now a museum. The rooms are meticulously furnished and decorated exactly as they w…
British in Haworth

Hawthorn

A famed Georgian clockmaker used to inhabit this building, which has been given new life as a classy, candlelit restaurant-bar serving Modern British dishes such as pea-and-ham soup with quails egg, Yorkshire Dales …
Microbrewery in Haworth

Haworth Steam Brewery

This cosy bar must surely be one of Britain's smallest microbreweries, serving its own award-winning real ales and Haworth's Lamplighter gin, plus specials such as an IPA and gin created for Haworth's annual steampu…
Cosmetics in Haworth

Cabinet of Curiosities

It was to this apothecary that Branwell Brontë staggered for his laudanum drug hits in the 1840s, contributing to his untimely death in September 1848. The current owners have restored it to its Victorian glory and …
Cafe in Haworth

Cobbles & Clay

This buzzy, child-friendly cafe not only offers fair-trade coffee and healthy salads and snacks – Tuscan bean stew, or hummus with pita bread and raw veggie sticks – but also provides the opportunity to indulge in a…
Cafe in Haworth

Cookhouse

A bright and breezy cafe with a small terrace onto Main St, serving a breakfast menu (till 11.45am) that includes breakfast sandwiches and eggs Benedict, plus Yorkshire cream teas, toasted crumpets with Wensleydale …
Pub Food in Haworth

Haworth Old Hall

A 17th-century pub serving real ale and decent food (noon to 9pm), with a glorious beer garden for alfresco drinking and dining. If you want to linger longer, two comfortable doubles cost from £85 each.