Haworth, located in West Yorkshire, is a popular tourist attraction in the local area. The town is perhaps most well known for its association with the beloved Bronte sisters. There are also many famous walks situated throughout the local area, many of which lead out of the village, offering scenic views. One of the most well known meanders past Stanbury Reservoir to Bronte waterfalls and Bronte Stone Chair. The path forms part of the 69 kilometer long Bronte Way and eventually leads to Ponden Hall moors, which are rumored to have been the inspiration for Wuthering Heights.
The English village of Haworth West Yorkshire is a very popular tourist location and has a wide range of attractions. The town of Haworth is probably best known for its connection with the Bronte Sisters.
The village of Haworth is located above the area of Worth Valley and it is set among the Pennine Moors. The village of Haworth is known internationally as being the location where the Bronte sisters who were originally from Thornton wrote most of their famous novels and they wrote these in the Parsonage at Haworth. The Bronte Society now owns the Haworth Parsonage and it is now a public museum.
The village of Haworth is located in the high moors that are known as the Pennines. The village is located about three miles south west of the large town of Keighley and Haworth and is also ten miles west of the town of Bradford. The surrounding areas to the village include Oxenhope and Oakworth. The village of Haworth is twinned with the United States of America area of Haworth and also the Peru area of Machu Picchu.
There is a vast range of other attraction within the village of Haworth and the surrounding area. Some of the attractions include the steam railway that operates between Keighley and Worth Valley railway, this area was featured in a range of period dramas and films including The Railway children, Yanks and also The Wall.