The Black Bull

The Black Bull, Haworth

Situated adjacent to the church at the top of the village main street, the Black Bull pub is one of Haworth's oldest drinking establishments.

The pub was frequented by Branwell Bronte, and was used in 2016 in the filming of a BBC drama about his relationship with his famous sisters called "To Walk Invisible".

Reconstruction of Haworth's Black Bull as it would have looked in the 1840s

For filming the exterior of the pub (along with other buildings on the village's main street) was given a "makeunder" to make it look as it would have done back in the 1840s (pictured above).

Unsurprisingly (given its history and its proximity to Haworth Church and its graveyard) the Black Bull is reputed to be haunted, and has featured in one of TV's "Most Haunted" programmes.

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