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Find the Haworth climate diagram. On average, the warmest month is July. No heat wave is expected in February, where minimum average temperatures usally hit a 1° low. January is the wettest month.
Stay at a holiday cottage in Haworth and discover the Brontë sisters
Stay in a stone cottage in Haworth, and enjoy cosy nights in by the fire in winter, or dinner in the garden in the summer months. Gateway to the Pennine Moors – otherwise known as Brontë Country – Haworth is the perfect place to base yourself to explore the dramatic Pennine countryside.
The Brontës’ Haworth – Rugged moorland and quaint cobblestones
Whereas the charming, cobbled town centre is home to plenty of chic little shops, don’t forget to visit the Brontë Parsonage Museum, the grounds of which include the moorland and natural places that inspired the Brontë sisters' writing.
If you like trains, head to the Keighley & Worth Valley Railway, a five-mile stretch of heritage line that links to the national rail network in Keighley.
Around Haworth – Sculpted gardens and wild scenery
Leave your Haworth accommodations and head to Keighley, which was once an important town for textiles. Enjoy the tea rooms and picture-perfect gardens in 17th-century East Riddlesden Hall, or check out the Vintage Carriages Trust Museum.
For some sightseeing amid nature, take a walk over to Top Withens, a ruined farmhouse. The panoramic views over the sparse valley, complete with dry stone walls, will transport you to another age.
Silly races, steampunk, and a celebration of all things Yorkshire
July is a great time to visit Haworth – you can see the Oxenhope Straw Race, in which competitors run a 2.5-mile course carrying bales of hay, stopping in every pub en route for a pint of lager. The Haworth Steampunk weekend is held every November, and there's a beer festival held each spring, which showcases locally made lagers and ales.
However, perhaps the best time to visit Haworth is in early August, when Yorkshire Day takes place. Celebrate all the best things about Yorkshire at this fun-filled family event.
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