Eyam’s ‘plague’ landmarks

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Map of Eyam's 'plague' landmarks

This is an illustrated guide to some of the most famous and significant 'plague' landmarks in and around the Derbyshire village of Eyam. Click on a number, or on one of the place names below, to a view a photograph and brief description of each location.

Mompesson's Well


Eyam Museum


'Plague' Cottages


The cross stocks


Eyam Parish Church


The Riley Graves


The Delph 'church'


Lydgate Graves


Boundary Stone


There are several other notable locations and viewpoints in and around the village, including: Top left: Humphrey Merrill's tomb; Middle left: The Merrill cottage; Bottom left: The view over Eyam, en route to Mompesson's Well.

Credit: Image produced from the Ordnance Survey Get-a-map service. Image reproduced with kind permission of Ordnance Survey and Ordnance Survey of Northern Ireland.


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Page last updated:
23 June 2005

Mompesson's Well Eyam Museum 'Plague' cottages The cross stocks Eyam church The Riley graves The Delph 'church' The Lydgate graves The Boundary Stone