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History lovers heaven! Famous for the story of the plague, take time to wander around our village & learn about the story of isolation & survival. Visit the museum & church, the Riley graves & Mompesson well.
The 'Plague Village' 1660's where villagers' quarantined themselves from the outside world - museum, pretty village and tea rooms.
Eyam also known as "the Plague Village". In 1665 the village isolated itself to prevent the spread of the plague which had been transmitted to the local Tailor in a bundle of cloth from London. very interesting village with museum.
Step back in time in the atmospheric setting of Eyam, known to visitors and residents alike as the 'Plague Village'. Immerse yourself in the incredible story of its unselfish villagers, who sealed themselves off from the outside world in the 17th century to prevent the deadly disease from spreading…
An incredibly interesting village with notoriety from the Black Death days. You can walk throughout the village and it's like being in a museum with information in every corner. Also boasts an excellent pub in the Miners Arms. Approximately a 20 minute drive away.