The beautiful village of Haworth, where your own personal tour guide will enthral you with stories of the Bronte family who moved here in 1820. You can visit the Black Bull where Branwell Bronte used to pass his time, see the original chair in which he sat, visit the Apothecary where he purchased his opium, wander through this enchanting village, and see the church where all except Anne were interred. Then enter the Parsonage and look around the rooms where the Bronte family actually lived and worked, and history was written in those wonderful famous novels.
You will be taken to the village of Saltaire which was built by Titus Salt in the early 1800’s as a place of residence for his workers. You can walk around the narrow streets, and your guide will explain all the wonderful stories surrounding the village, and present a photo opportunity outside a bar with an unusual name. We finish with the mill and the story of the man that made it all happen. Wander back through time as you walk in the footsteps of history makers, see also the works of the acclaimed local artist David Hockney.