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Eyam Hall & Craft Centre, Eyam

4.2
#3 of 9 in Sightseeing in Hope Valley
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4.3
  • We visited Eyam Hall, but not the craft centre part. The Hall was really interesting as it has been in the Wright family continually since 1672. The guide in the dining room and the guide in the tapes...  more »
  • We new that the Hall would be closed but, according to the website, the craft centre is open on most days. This is simply not correct. When we arrived at Eyam we decided to stop off at the craft centr...  more »
  • The volunteer guides were friendly and keen to explain the history of Eyam Hall and about the Wright family through its 11 generations. A self guided tour of this small building probably took us about...  more »
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  • Beautiful village with lots of interesting features and history. Eyam hall was a cosy family home kept in the same family for 330+ years. Pleased to have visited before the trust hands it back next year. Small NT car park quickly fills but there is a free car park near the museum.
  • Not the largest of NT properties. £8.50 entry fee for non NT members I thought just a little bit over priced. That said the house is well laid out, the gardens are well worth a wander round. There is also a courtyard with shops, an eatery and toilets. Parking is available opposite the house which is free to NT members. A free public car park is a short walk away.
  • One of the nicest national trust sites I have visited. Very welcoming
  • Very interesting, the staff are very friendly & knowledgeable. Had a good wander about the hall, gardens, church & village
  • An interesting place to visit. I wish there were more staff explaining history of the rooms items and how they worked. But overall it's an amazing house. I couldn't believe that was actually someone's home and people lived in that big house. The garden was very pretty too.