Haworth, Bolton Abbey and Steam Trains
Tuesday and Sunday
Hotel Dean Court
Hotel Dean Court
The meeting point will be in front of the Dean Court Hotel in Duncombe Place at 9:00 AM, where you will meet your local guide and then depart for Bronte Country in the West Yorkshire Pennines, you will hear all the history and characteristics of the area .
Next, you will visit Bingley Five Rise Locks, where you will see the tallest Staircase in the United Kingdom built in 1774 as part of the Leeds and Liverpool Canal. You will board the bus again to travel to the next stop in Haworth.
Once in Haworth, you will visit the steep Pennine Moors, where the Bronte family lived since 1820 and the sisters wrote their famous novels. You will be in this place for two hours, where at the same time you can have lunch and visit the place at your own pace.
Then, you will arrive at Penistone Hill for a photo stop to admire the views of the moors towards Top Withens, where the Bronte Sisters walked to get inspiration. You will also get to know the picturesque traditional village of the Linton valleys, where we will stop to take pictures of the Linton Falls before continuing our journey through the National Park.
The next stop is Bolton Abbey, where admission is free and you can explore the Prioral Church and the ruins of the Augustinian Priory of the twelfth century. You will travel to Embsay and Bolton Abbey Steam Railway, where you will have the option of taking a steam train through the scenic Yorkshire Dales landscape between Bolton Abbey and Embsay Stations.
We meet the passengers of the train at Embsay station and then we head towards York, passing through Harrogate and learning a little about the history of this famous spa town. You will arrive at the same meeting point at approximately 5:45 PM.
Tour Tickets (may vary by date)
|Adults (P/P)||42.00 (GBP)|
|Children (from 4 to 15 years old)||35.00 (GBP)|
- Tour transportation.
- Local guide.
- Arrive 10 minutes before the departure.