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Haworth Village Trail

 
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West Lane Car Park

Starting point for both walks. If arriving by car, park here rather than the Changegate car park which is privately run and operates an infamously stringent clamping policy.

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Brontë Parsonage Museum

The former home of the Brontë family and the place where the three sisters wrote their famous novels. Now a beautifully preserved museum and the home of the Brontë Society.

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St Michael and All Angels

Parish church at the centre of an eighteenth century religious revival which was to shape the course of Haworth’s history and English literature.

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St Michael and All Angels Graveyard

Atmospheric churchyard dating back to seventeenth century including graves from Brontë contemporaries

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Haworth Main Street

A fascinating street paved with traditional setts, hosting a range of interesting shops, cafes and events, making the steep walk worthwhile

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The Old Apothecary

The druggist shop where Branwell Brontë bought his laudanum is now a gift shop selling a wonderful range of olde worlde remedies and household products

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Black Bull

Traditional hostelry where Branwell Brontë brooded over his drink.

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Fleece Inn

Flag stoned real ale pub half way up Main Street

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Bed and breakfast

Several bed and breakfast establishments are based on Main Street

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Haworth Old Hall

Early seventeenth century house, now an atmospheric pub and restaurant with real fires

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Hall Green Baptist Chapel

18th century Baptist chapel built in the Italian Renaissance style

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Central Park

Pleasant park with flowerbeds, children’s playground and bowling green

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Children's Playground

Children's play area with traditional equipment for toddlers and children

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Butt Lane

Tree-lined lane paved with setts runs alongside the park, leading from the village down to the steam railway line. The Victorian infant and junior school buildings are now converted to houses.

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Haworth Station and Keighley and Worth Valley railway

Restored station and heritage railway line made famous by the 1970 Railway Children film

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Mill Hey Methodist Chapel

Primitive Methodists chapel built in 1836

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Masonic Lodge

Masonic lodge with Brontė connections

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Toll Sign Ebor Lane

Nineteenth century toll road

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Bridgehouse Beck

Small river which powered the textile mills further up the valley

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Our Lady of Lourdes

Haworth’s Catholic parish church

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West Lane Baptist Chapel

Haworth’s first Baptist chapel and a key building in the Baptist revival in West Yorkshire

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Haworth West Lane Methodist Church

Chapel with close connections to Grimshaw, the Wesleys and the early days of Methodism

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