Out and About in Haworth

Historian feature

By Kimberley Braxton, published 2nd January 2020

A tour of Brontë country

Kimberley Braxton takes a tour of Brontë country, through Haworth and onto the iconic Yorkshire Moors that were central to Wuthering Heights.

Haworth is a place for walkers; even before you reach the breathtaking moors it is likely your legs will already be burning from climbing the steep Yorkshire terrain. As you progress through Keighley up towards Haworth consider that the Brontë siblings trekked this route, both ways, weighed down by multiple layers of heavy clothing and restricted by corsets to attend lectures on politics, science and religion hosted by the Keighley Mechanics Institute...

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