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The Bronte’s Parsonage and Historic Yorkshire Tour from York

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  • Full-day tour of the industrial history of Yorkshire and Bronte Parsonage from York
  • Visit Salts Mill, first model village and Mill as well as UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Explore the quaint town of Haworth, where Bronte Sisters wrote their masterpieces
  • Visit Ilkley Moors where Yorkshire Anthem was penned
  • Discover the Bolton Abbey, the ruins of the 12th century Augustinian Monastery
  • Experienced guide for personalized experience
This full-day tour commences in the direction of the famous Ilkley Moor, which is widely known for being the inspiration for the Yorkshire ‘county anthem’. You will have time to take in the views and a stop for photos.

Next we will move west towards the place where industrial revolution began in Yorkshire and to the World UNESCO Heritage site of Saltaire. The mill has now been converted into a museum, gallery and independent shops but its innovative architecture remains intact which is a stunning. There will be time to stroll around the mills gallery, museum and enjoy refreshments. From Saltaire we take a short drive through the rolling industrialised heart of West Yorkshire before we arrive at beautiful cobbled village of Haworth.

Haworth is known for its connection with the Bronte Sisters. Additionally there is chance to see the Keighley and Worth Valley Railway, and a chance to go into the Bronte Parsonage* (opening times may vary, entry extra).The tour moves to Bolton Abbey. You will discover the ruins and take in the enclosing Landscapes which motivated famous artists such as Wordsworth, Ruskin and Turner.

Before returning to York you'll take a look at Pateley Bridge, here you will find coffee shops and local shops to browse or take an optional soothing stroll along the River Nidd.
Additional information
Please Note:
  • Please reach the meeting point 30 minutes prior to the departure time
  • This tour is not suitable for children under 5
  • Luggage storage available at the York Train Station
  • Please wear comfortable clothes and shoes as moderate amount of walking is involved
  • You can lunch at the designated lunch stop (own Expense)
  • Book with confidence on! You can cancel your booking for free up to 96 hours prior departure date and avail full refund otherwise no payment will be refunded
  • Transportation by an air-conditioned vehicle
  • On-board commentary in English
  • Entry to Bolton Abbey
  • Professional Guide
  • Hotel Transfers
  • Other Entrance Fees
  • Gratuities (Optional)
  • Food and Drinks
  • Personal Expenses
Golden Tours World act as an official agent for these activities, as such you are subject to the terms and conditions of the supplier.