M32***23Located at the midpoint between Haworth and Wuthering Heights prototype (Withins or Withens), it is not spectacular, but being located in the wilderness has its own charm. Coming from the Haworth direction to the waterfall, the section close to the waterfall is not easy to walk, it is very narrow, this section of the road is more like a small stream in rainy days, but don’t hesitate, don’t think that the road will be broken here, it will open your eyes if you continue walking
TodemmyThe Bronte House Museum is a great museum with a very rich collection. There are a large number of exhibits and manuscripts for the world to visit, as well as his life deeds, very good historical attractions, and the room layout is also the layout of the former residence~
zhenqing0109Because I love Jane Eyre too much, I definitely want to visit Wuthering Heights. I have to go on foot. It happens to experience the plot of the novel. It is very meaningful and better than seeing the old house. Of course it is easy to go wrong, we found a local to accompany us, so we did not go wrong.
Haworth Running: Not Recommended, Cycling: Not Recommended
Haworth Yorkshire is famous for being the home to the Bronte sisters and the place where much of their great literary works were written.
Haworth retains an old fashioned charm that will have you scouring the surrounding countryside for a glimpse of Cathy and Heathcliff and wondering where you left your bonnet!
You can almost hear the eerie cries of the ghostly characters as you explore the mystical alleyways and desolate moors. Haworth is a village that truly brings the past to life.
The small village itself is built on a hillside. From the top of the hill, you can look down the cobblestoned main street with its charming brick houses and views of meadows beyond.
Take a route to your right and you’ll be lost in desolate moorland, at the mercy of the Northern elements. Haworth itself is small and could easily be seen in a morning or afternoon, but you’ll want to spend a little longer here to get a real understanding of where the Brontes got their inspiration.