Many victims of the village's 1665 Black Death plague outbreak were buried at Eyam's church. You can view stained-glass panels and moving displays telling the story of the outbreak. The churchyard contains a Celtic …
Vivid displays on the Eyam plague are the centrepiece of the engaging town museum, alongside exhibits on the village's history of lead-mining and silk-weaving.
Surrounded by a traditional English walled garden, this solid-looking 17th-century manor house with stone windows and door frames, is home to a craft centre, cheese shop, craft-beer shop and a cafe.
On the village square, with tables on the cobblestones outside, this sweet cafe has a mouth-watering array of slices and decent coffee, which you can also get to takeaway.