thumb|256px|Haworth Main Street at Christmas

7 things to do

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Haworth Parsonage and Brontë Parsonage Museum

''Church Street, open daily 10am-5.30pm (April to September) and 11am-5pm (October to March), except 24-27 December and 2-31 January, admission adults £4.90, seniors and students £3.60, children 5-16 years £1.60, children under 5 free, families £10.50'' - maintained by the Brontë Society, the Parsonage is the house in which the three Brontë sisters (and their brother Branwell) grew up and went on to compose their famous novels, while their father served as vicar in the nearby Haworth church

SEE   —  +44 1535 642323 —  Map

Black Bull

easily the most famous pub in the village, the Black Bull was the tavern where Branwell Brontë drank excessively in his well-documented slide into alcohol and opium addiction before his death from tuberculosis in 1848, aged 31. His favourite drinking chair is preserved inside the pub.

DRINK   —  +44 1535 642249 —  119 Main Street

Bronte Caravan Park

A caravan park situated just outside the village on the road to Keighley and above the village overlooking the Worth Valley.

SLEEP   —  +44 1535 649222 —  Halifax Road

Haworth Old Hall

serves a variety of meals and real Ales

DRINK   —  Map

The Fleece

serves local Timothy Taylor real ales.

DRINK   —  Map

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