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The remarkable story of an enduring spirit

Nearly 350 years ago the community village of Eyam made the ultimate sacrifice to prevent the spread of the deadly plague – their own lives.

To help you explore some of these stories we’ve created a number of walks starting from Eyam Hall.  Choose from The Two Survivors, The Three Decisions, The Lone Mother or The Lovers and explore Eyam and the surrounding countryside.

The Centre, built in the Hall’s former stable yard, offers a vibrant hub from which to explore the wider village of Eyam and its captivating stories. Here you will find a collection of locally run craft units, an independent café and National Trust shop, providing the perfect place to find gifts, refreshments and information while enjoying your day in Eyam.

Eyam Hall, built in 1671, just six years after the plague intruded in Eyam, is a wonderfully unspoilt example of a grit-stone Jacobean manor house. Home of the Wright family for eleven generations, inside visitors can enjoy family portraits, and furniture belonging to each generation.

With a legendary plague history, fascinating stories and a setting amongst the beautiful Peak District a day in Eyam is a day to remember.

Eyam to Longshaw walk

Join others to explore the countryside

Explore two of Derbyshire's gems on one guided walk, whilst enjoying the best views this season brings. Includes a delicious lunch, coffee and cake at Longshaw tea-room, followed by transport back to Eyam.

Tickets: £12 per adult, £6 per child.

Call us on 01433 639565 for tickets.

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Visit with friends

Whether it be a full day or just a few hours, a visit to Eyam really does have something for everyone in your group. Pop into the Hall and take in its history, or take a guided walk around the village and enjoy the autumn colours. Here your group can explore a truly unique and special place.