Eyam Hall, built in 1672, just six years after the plague in Eyam, is a wonderfully unspoilt example of a small Jacobean Manor House.
Home of the Wright family for eleven generations, visitors can enjoy family portraits and furniture belonging to each generation.
The craft centre in the Hall's 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 and restaurant providing the perfect place to find gifts and refreshments while enjoying your day in Eyam.
Wednesdays, Thursdays and Sundays, 18 February to 19 April.
Guided tours every half hour, 11am to 3pm.
Located 12 miles west of Chesterfield and south west of Sheffield off the A623 Baslow to Chapel en le Frith road.
The nearest railway station is Grindleford (approx) 5 miles, buses run to the village.
Car park on site
Historic Houses members visit for free.
- Accessible toilets
- Guide dogs welcome
- Accessible parking
- Wheelchair ramps/routes
A word from the owner
I showed David Dickenson round the house when they filmed an episode of Bargain Hunt. He was extremely knowledgeable. Everyone is welcome and we hope you enjoy your visit.
Eyam Hall only do a handful of weddings each year giving you lots of personal attention and flexibility.
The Hall is a beautiful place to hold your wedding ceremony in any season.This enchanting Derbyshire Hall can accommodate civil wedding ceremonies for up to 50 guests. You are also welcome to use the family grand piano or a pianist can be arranged for you.
If you’ve always dreamed of an outdoor ceremony, our wedding pavilion on the edge of the croquet lawn is the perfect setting for a wedding ceremony. Similarly, our Flagged Terrace is a unique setting for a larger ceremony with an impressive backdrop.
The marquee orchard, leading off the main gardens has incredible views to Eyam Edge. It is the perfect setting for your reception.
We can cater for marquees for up to 300 guests. There is plenty of space for anything you can think of, such as hog roasts or ice cream vans.
We welcome visits from primary schools and run a Tudors and Stuarts tour and Victorian tour.