Discover the Hall like never before

Eyam Hall's front entrance

Visit this year and experience Eyam Hall like never before. With previously untold stories to hear, find out more about generations bygone at this historic house set in the heart of the Peak District.

Together with previously untold stories and a new visitor route, a visit to Eyam Hall this year will uncover a whole new perspective on the Derbyshire manor house and it's 11 generations.

Enjoy a free flow visit around the Hall whilst volunteers share stories of the past generations, from the first owners of the Hall in 1672, to the current owners today who took steps to both conserve the property and make it a liveable family home.

Elizabeth Kniveton, the first inhabitant of the Hall, as a child with her family
The Kniveton family portrait in Eyam Hall's entrance hall

Explore the family collection and see unique items and learn about the challenges one is faced with when caring for an historic building. Hear how the Trust began caring for the property  under a unique lease agreement.

The Hall is open to visitors Wednesday- Sunday, 10.30am - 4.30pm (last admission 4pm).