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Eyam Hall

Eyam Hall is an historic house and craft centre situated in the village of Eyam in Derbyshire, England.

This historic Hall is a Jacobean-style manor house and is a grade ii listed building.

Eyam Hall was built in 1672 just six years after the plague in Eyam.

Home of the Wright family for eleven generations, visitors can visit Eyam Hall and enjoy it’s historic atmosphere.


Eyam Courtyard is made up of the old farm buildings adjacent to Eyam Hall in the centre of the village.

Visit Eyam Courtyard and browse the fascinating shops and eat at the beautiful Coolstone, built in the old stables. 

The craft centre in Eyam Hall’s stableyard offers a vibrant hub from which to explore the wider village of Eyam.

Here you will find a collection of locally run craft units and a restaurant. This provides the perfect place to find gifts and refreshments while enjoying your day in Eyam.