Following careful consideration in response to the unfolding Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) pandemic, Jarrow Hall will temporarily close to the public from Thursday 19th March, until further notice. Our friends at Hive Coffee Company remain open as usual; you can see their menu and opening hours on their website, and follow them for updates on their Instagram and Facebook channels. Read our full statement here.
Join our new Community Tapestry project - Threads that Bind Us - stitch and embroider the story of your experience of the coronavirus pandemic. No previous experience required; ideas, inspiration and basic tutorials will be shared through our social media channels in the coming weeks.
Discover the incredible world of Anglo-Saxon Northumbria and the extraordinary life of Bede - the father of English history - at our historic and environmental oasis in the heart of South Tyneside. Set across 11 acres, Jarrow Hall features a museum dedicated to exploring the life and legacy of Bede, alongside reconstructed Anglo-Saxon dwellings and an extensive farm home to rare-breed and rescued animals. We're suitable for visitors of all ages and companion animal-friendly too, so join us for a great day out.
“Possibly my favourite place in the world... certainly the most important Anglo-Saxon site in the world"
Dr Janina Ramirez - Cultural historian, broadcaster and author