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The York Pass
"Choose from a 1- 2- or 3-day sightseeing pass to suit your schedule and enjoy the flexibility to visit the York attractions that you want at a time that suits you best. Passes are valid for your choice of consecutive calendar days from the time of first use. After redeeming your voucher for your York Pass you’ll also receive a color guidebook with detailed information about the historical city and its famous attractions. Use the guidebook to plan your independent sightseeing with ease.The York pass includes entry to 30 top attractions around the c and discover Gothic architecture at its finest on a visit to York Minster — one of the largest cathedrals in Europe. Entrance to family-friendly attractions such as York Dungeon and York’s CHOCOLATE Story are included in the pass alongside lesser-known treasures like Clifford’s Tower.Free Entry to Select York Attractions:Barley Hall Beningbrough Hall Byland Abbey Captain Cook Memorial Museum in Whitby Castle Howard
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Private Yorkshire Dales Day Trip from Leeds
"Your private Yorkshire Dales day trip from Leeds begins when a knowledgable friendly guide meets you at your hotel and ushers you off in a comfortable mini-coach. Head for the unforgettable landscape of Yorkshire Dales National Park which includes Wensleydale Littondale and Nidderdale. Upon arriving in Wensleydale explore the 14th-century era Bolton Castle the former home of Mary Queen of Scots. The area’s most famous landmark offers the opportunity to learn about local history snap photographs overlooking the area or grab a tasty Yorkshire Brew in the medieval castle’s Tea Room. Then continue on to the village of Aysgarth to see the famous falls where ‘Robin Hood – Prince of Thieves’ was filmed. Take the scenic route through H
From GBP545.00
 
Private Yorkshire Dales Day Trip from York
"The tour will depart from the York meeting point at 9:00am and head for the Yorkshire Dales National Park. The first stop will be Wensleydale’s most famous landmark the 14th century Bolton Castle which once housed Mary Queen of Scots. Take the opportunity to enjoy and photograph the magnificent views over Wensleydale learn a bit about the history of the area from your Guide or just have a leisurely Yorkshire Brew in the medieval castle’s Tea Room. The choice is yours.After make the short journey to Aysgarth to see and photograph the major falls which were a filming location for Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves. Then follow the scenic route to Hawes passing through the traditional Dales village of Askrigg
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HAWORTH PARISH CHURCH & CEMETERY

The Bronte Family vault is inside the HAWORTH PARISH CHURCH and there, beneath an inscribed stone and commemorative plaque, the whole family apart from Anne(who lies at Scarborough) is buried. See...
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Sep 18, 2008

MAIN STREET

The steep village street is paved with stone setts and lined with shops, galleries, inns and cafe's - many converted from cottages originally used by hand-loom weavers which was once the staple...
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Sep 18, 2008

Haworth Church and the Brontes

Five years after the death of Ann, Charlotte married Arthur Bell Nichols, who was her fathers curate, but she died less than a year later aged only 38. All the family with the exception of Ann are...
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Sep 24, 2002

Haworth

Two years after their first books were published the family suffered 3 deaths within 8 months. Branwell died in September 1848 at the age of 31, Emily died in December 1848 at the age of 30 and Ann...
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Sep 24, 2002

The Brontes

Charlotte, Branwell, Emily and Anne survived into adulthood. The sisters became writers of some great classics, of which the Yorkshire moorland was very inspirational to them and feature in their...
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Sep 24, 2002

The Brontes

This is a photograph of the Parsonage at Haworth.It was built in 1778 and is now The Bronte Parsonage Museum. It is owned by the Bronte Society.It opened as a museum in 1928, and visitors can wander...
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Sep 24, 2002
 
 
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The Brontes

Their Aunt Elizabeth Branwell (Maria's sister) then came to live at the Parsonage to take care of them. Inscribed on the stone here, it says that this was once a gateway leading to the church where...
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Sep 24, 2002

The Brontes

The Reverand Patrick Bronte, his wife Maria, and their six children came to live at the Parsonage in 1820.The mother Maria died in 1821, and then the two eldest girls Maria and Elizabeth died here...
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Top Hotels in Haworth

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Mytholmes Lane, Haworth, BD22 8EZ, United Kingdom
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67 Main Street, Haworth, BD22 8DA, United Kingdom
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Main St., , Haworth, England BD22 8DU
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Belle Isle, Haworth, Keighley, BD22 8PB, United Kingdom
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Top Things to Do in Haworth

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Main Street - Village Centre

For many visitors, Haworth may seem to have just one main street (called 'Main Street'!). But, as with all such old English villages, there are many alleyways, narrow lanes and courtyards which will...
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Bronte Parsonage Museum

The Parsonage was the home of the Bronte Sisters grew up while their father was the Parson at the adjacent church. It was here that they wrote most of their famous novels, It is now a museum owned and...
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St Michael & All Angels Church

St Michael and All Angels church in Haworth is the third building of religious significance to stand on this site, with the first Haworth Chapel dating back to the 14th and 15th Centuries although the...
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Old Apothecary

Not so much for its goods, although you will find plenty of 'traditional' soaps and so on, but for its interior fittings. Strip away the more modern fandangles and fripperies, and you can imagine the...
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Keighley & Worth Valley Railway

The Keighley & Worth Valley Railway is a 1950'2 style steam railway. It's main locomotive workshops are based in the former goods yard which is just along the road from Haworth station.It cost £10...
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Walks

The moors stretch out for as far as the eye can see…tiny roads banked by toy houses trail their way across the horizon and little alleyways cry out to be explored. If you enjoy wandering about taking...
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"Haworth - Victorian heritage on view"
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kzngirl

"Bronte Country"
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suvanki

"Haworth A step back in time!"
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Balam

"Haworth not Howarth!"
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"THE VILLAGE OF HAWORTH"
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