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Eyam Hall, Sheffield
Categories: Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
Eyam Hall is located in Sheffield. Take a look at our Sheffield family vacation planner to schedule your visit to Eyam Hall and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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Wherever your interest lies, be it photography, or gardens, there is something to satisy most people from just wandering around the interesting old building which started life in the mid 1600's, or re... read more »
Once upon a time, such as three years ago, this National Trust was very, very good indeed, and I reviewed it as such. However, and this is hard to believe but nonetheless true, it has improved. The ro... read more »
If you like to see estates, this is a good place to go. Plenty of history regarding the plague, too. If you're visiting Eyam, this is definitely recommended. (Don't bother with the cafe though... ther... read more »
Interesting place to visit. We enjoyed exploring the house and garden. Local area is very nice too.
Lovely little craft centre with some nice independent shops. Great second hand book shop!
The Hall was built after the plague hit the village, but it's still of a good age and with a visit. It's actually one of the more recent additions to the NT portfolio. The craft centre has a range of shops beyond the NT norm. Highlights are; a cracking local beer specialist (Eyam Real Ale Company), Hartington Cheese and the Crafty Red Fox, (unique decorative items from reclaimed wood).
Really nice place. Don't forget to pay for entry. Especially interesting are the swastika jewellery.
Excellent children's quiz used for funding out about the hall and encouraging them to explore. Very friendly informative staff. The place itself is really appealing and has great history too.
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