What’s on at Jarrow Hall this May Half-Term?

Enjoy playtime in our permanent exhibition space as your little warriors take over King Edwins Camp or build like the Anglo-Saxon monks would have.

Visit our new exhibition ‘Women in Jarrow: A Herstory’ to learn about women from Jarrow’s past.

Colouring sheets and craft activities will be available for families to get their art on.

Saturday 28th May at 14:30 you’ll be able to hear experimental tales with Dr Marco Romeo Pitone.
The second short talk of this series will be dedicated to personal ornaments, pendants, jewels, beads…looking at some interesting case-studies of experimental research.

Saturday 4th June : The Benedict Biscop Gregorian Choir will be treating us to their singing in the Bede Museum from 13:30. Did you know that the museum is the choirs regular rehearsal space?

Join our friendly farm and grounds team throughout the half-term as they feed the animals at 2pm. This is a 30 minute interactive session where visitors can learn about the animals who live on our farm.

See ‘Breaking ground’ a short documentary about the Jarrow excavations, produced by local film maker Gary Wilkinson (Alikivi) in the Bede museum.

You can enjoy our Audio trails by downloading the GeoTourist app and searching for Jarrow Hall.

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