Haddon Hall in Eyam

Haddon Hall in Eyam

Overview

8 miles 

This remarkable medieval house is surrounded by Elizabethan gardens and set in the rolling countryside of the Peak District.

Visit the website
 

What makes it special

  • Centuries of history, art and craftsmanship
  • Restaurant and gift shop
  • Guided Tours

24th March to 30th September every day: 10.30am to 5pm (last admission 4pm).  

Closed 19th and 20th May.

Price

Historic Houses members visit for free.

Adults £15.50 
Concessions (over 60) £15 
Student with ID £15
Accompanied children under the age of 16 – free of charge

Hostels nearby

YHA Eyam exterior

YHA Eyam

Free wi-fi
Meeting Rooms & Corporate Hire
Private rooms available

Haddon Hall in Eyam

Bakewell , Derbyshire, DE45 1LA

Map references

OS Grid Ref: SK 23510 66362

Lat/Lng: 53.193826, -1.6495654

Contact information

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