AboutThis small, but charming manor house in the famous plague village of Eyam has been the home of the Wright family since 1672. A Jacobean staircase, fine tapestries, family portraits and furniture are among its interior treasures and the charming walled garden completes the visit.
Eyam Hall and Centre Recently opened its doors to visitors for the first time under National Trust management.
The Trust will tell the story of the Wright family from the Hall and gardens while the Centre, housed in the Hall's former stableyard, offers a vibrant visitor hub from which to explore the beautiful Peak District countryside and the plague story around the village.
The Centre has a National Trust shop, a number of craft units where Derbyshire crafts people make and sell their products, together with a locally run cafe.
The Centre Shops and Cafe
The historic stableyard has been transformed into a vibrant Centre including a National Trust shop, number of craft units and a cafe.
PRICES (Hall and garden)
National Trust members FREE with membership card.
Under 5s FREE
Adult £8.30 Children £4.15
Family Ticket £20.75 (2 adults and up to 4 children)
Booking & Payment Details
- Credit cards accepted (no fee)
- Accepts groups
- French signs/guides
- Gift shop
- Guided tours for individuals
- Smoking not allowed
- Baby changing facilities
- Children welcome
- On-site catering
- Picnic site
- Free Parking
- Parking with charge
Meeting, Conference & Wedding Facilities
- Facilities for corporate hospitality
- Venue approved for civil marriage
- Wedding receptions
- Facilities for educational visits
- Facilities for groups
- Disabled toilets
* The Hall and gardens are open to visitors Wednesday to Sunday, February through to the end of October, with special Christmas opening throughout December, while the Centre will be open all year round.
Map & Directions
Approx 10 miles from Sheffield, Chesterfield and Buxton, Eyam Hall is off the A623 Chesterfield - Stockport road near the village of Stoney Middleton. It is in the centre of the village of Eyam, opposite the stocks.
Accessible by Public Transport: Grindleford station is 4 miles away.