Eyam Hall and Craft CentreEyam Category For the Family, Historic Sites
350 years ago the villagers of Eyam took their own lives in order stop the plague spreading. Learn about their stories on a series of walks exploring Eyam Hall and the rest of the village.
The National Trust has created various walks starting at Eyam Hall to help visitors really make the most of the visit and discover the stories of the village.
Eyam Hall was built in 1671, just after the plague and today it is a magnificent example of a grit-stone Jacobean manor house and visitors can wonder round it's rooms and see generations of family portraits and furniture.
In Eyam Hall's former stable yard is The Centre which houses crafts shops, a cafe and National Trust shop.