When plague struck the village of Eyam in 1665, the villagers made the extraordinary sacrifice of isolating themselves in order to prevent the spread of this terrible disease.
The harrowing story is the central theme of Eyam Museum, which also tells the story of the village from prehistory to the present.
April 3 -November 3 Tues-Sun 1000-1630 Last entrance 4.00pm
Closed Mondays exc bank holidays
Child / Concession: £2.00
Family admission is only £7.50 - a bargain!
School parties and Groups of 10 or more:
Cost per child (with video introduction): £1.25
Teachers (at a ratio of approx. 1:10) no charge