Travel back in time to Anglo-Saxon Britain at Jarrow Hall – Anglo-Saxon Farm, Village and Bede Museum, a historic and environmental oasis in the heart of South Tyneside. Explore the extraordinary life of the Venerable Bede, the father of English history, discover what everyday life was like over one thousand years ago, meet friendly farm animals, and get up close to incredible Anglo-Saxon treasures. Read more…
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Thursday to Sunday
10am – 4pm
Open on additional days during South Tyneside School Holidays and Bank Holidays.
CLOSED during the Winter Season from late December to mid February.
To make Jarrow Hall as enjoyable as possible please read our Frequently Asked Questions. Read more…
If you require level access please, at your arrival, contact our Visitor Services team during opening hours, on 0191 424 1585. Read more…
From meetings and conferences, to team-building activities, and family celebrations. Jarrow Hall is a unique location that can offer bespoke packages to make any event, no matter how large or small, a real success.
Our largest space is the function room within the Bede Museum which can be set up in a number of different layouts, seating between 80– 100 maximum, depending on the nature of your event and requirements.
Full details will be available shortly, but to register your interest or enquire about future dates, please contact[email protected]
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