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Eyam Hall in the historic Plague village of Eyam, Derbyshire Peak District. Wright family home.

The Peak District covers much of Derbyshire and parts of Staffordshire, Cheshire and Yorkshire. There are numerous interesting towns such as Ashbourne, Bakewell, Buxton, Leek, Matlock and Wirksworth, plus many enchanting villages

Eyam Hall

historic interestgood for children
Eyam Hall is a fine unspoilt example of a 17th Century gritstone Jacobean manor house which is still in the hands of its original builders, the Wright Family. It is now managed by the National Trust and is open to the public and also has a small set of craft workshops attached.

Eyam Hall
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Ordnance Survey Grid Reference: SK227767 Click here for Google Maps

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How to get there

By Road:
from the A623 Chapel-en-le-Frith to Chesterfield road, turn off in Stoney Middleton Dale on the B6521 to Eyam.

By Bus: the 66 Chesterfield-Buxton bus goes through Eyam, as does the X67 bus from Chesterfield. From Sheffield, take the 65 bus. From Bakewell, take the 173 bus, which connects with the Trans-Peak bus from Derby and Matlock.
When is it open?

Wednesday - Sunday from 11th Feb to 30th Oct 10.30am - 4.30pm and 25th Nov - 23rd Dec from 10.30am - 3.00pm. The craft shops are open Tuesday - Sunday 10.30 -16.30 all year round
What does it cost?

Prices - Gift Aid/(Standard): Adult £8.90/(£8.09), Child £4.46/(£4.05), Family £22.25/(£20.23)

Free Parking for NT members

Prices and opening times are shown as a guideline only and may vary. See this link for more information on prices and opening


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