Spring Season is announced with more to discover and more to enjoy at Jarrow Hall with events for all the family.
Jarrow Hall kicks off its second year with a season full of events and activities for all ages, and is opening more days of the week too due to popular demand. Across the school holidays visitors can enjoy:
Beyond Easter, Spring sees the return of historian and broadcaster Janina Ramirez (May 21st), late-night film and live music at Northern Nights (May 4th and 25th, June 8th and 22nd), the return of the Flavours and Beats festival (June 29th), Model Railway Club Open Weekend, silent cinema classics with a live electronic score (Faust on May 12th and Häxan on June 30th), Ghost Hunts, author talks and book signings from Edward Yardley and Joe Stewart, British Sign Language Guided Tours, a Gregorian Choir Workshop and a performance of Medieval Chant in the Bede Museum.
Alongside all of this we welcome you to Pay What You Feel for entry on Jarrow Festival day May 27, we host Guided Tours every week and complimentary craft activities for kids on selected days.
Visitors can also become a Friend of the World of Bede from May 1; a new way to support the site and enjoy all of the benefits of unlimited entry across the year plus access to special lectures and the opportunity to inform the future of Jarrow Hall.
Jarrow Hall is also recruiting now for new volunteers to join the team as History Makers or Place Changers, giving people an opportunity to meet new people and learn skills either in costume as an Anglo-Saxon resident of the village or helping across the site on the farm and in the museum.