Wuthering Heights, 1992
visit the film locations
Visit: North Yorkshire
Visit: East Riddlesden Hall, Bradford Road, Keighley (tel: 01535.607075, rail: Keighley),
Wuthering Heights location: ‘Thrushcross Grange’: Broughton Hall, Skipton, North Yorkshire
Photograph: wikimedia / Chris Heaton
The third major English-language film of the Emily Bronte novel includes more of the story than previous versions, though Juliette Binoche seems miscast as Cathy.
This ‘Wuthering Heights’ is a set which was built just north of Grassington, on the North Yorkshire, north of Skipton. A couple of miles to the southwest, the standing stones were erected on Boss Moor.
Wuthering Heights location: Heathcliff works in the barn: East Riddlesden Hall, Keighley, North Yorkshire
Photograph: wikimedia / Helena
Wuthering Heights location: Cathy and Heathcliff declare their love: Aysgarth Falls, North Yorkshire
Photograph: iStockphoto © Ron Strickland
Wuthering Heights location: the Yorkshire moors: Malham Cove, Yorkshire
Photograph: iStockphoto / prestongeorge
The wild Yorkshire moors themselves were filmed around Malham Cove, a 260-feet-high amphitheatre-shaped cliff just outside the village of Malham, north of Skipton. The famous limestone pavement here can be seen in Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows, Part I.