Plan Your Visit

To get the most from your visit to Jarrow Hall, planning ahead can save time and ensure you have a memorable experience.

We are located next to St. Pauls Church and Monastery, Church Bank, Jarrow.  If you are driving, follow the brown road signs for ‘Jarrow Hall’. We are accessible by bus and Jarrow Metro stop is only a 10 minute walk from us. Visit Nexus website for details about public transport.

To help plan your visit to Jarrow Hall, please read our Frequently Asked Questions and information about Accessibility

Education and Guided Tours 

We offer regular guided tours of Jarrow Hall by our team of volunteers – follow us on social media or get in touch to find out when the next guided tour is scheduled.  If one of our volunteers are available they will be happy give you a free tour of our Anglo-Saxon Farm, Village and Bede Museum. If you want to guarantee a tour guide is available for your visit, please get in touch to check availability. A small charge may apply for group tours. Please get in touch to discuss your requirements

I am a tour guide, can I bring a group?

Yes. We don’t charge extra for independent tour groups but we would ask you to book in advance. We can also, for a small fee, arrange for refreshments and a private space to enjoy them should you wish. Get in touch for more 

I would like to bring a group of students, what can you offer?

We have a dedicated team of educational experts who will discuss your needs and packages available to you. We also offer outreach and on-line/digital engagement. If you wish to discuss our education packages, please get in touch here. 

Take a look at our Events Page to see what’s on at Jarrow Hall this season. You may also be interested in attending our Heritage Skills Project which runs every Friday from 10am until 1pm. These activities are aimed at adults however, children are welcome to attend if accompanied by an adult.

Jarrow Hall Education Group Membership

Education Group Membership is specially designed to allow education groups entry to Jarrow Hall during normal opening hours for a one-off fee. This is a self-led visit to our Bede museum and Anglo-Saxon Farm, Village.

Jarrow Hall is open to the public Thursday to Sunday during South Tyneside School term times with a winter closure period between mid-December and February Half Term. Occasionally, special education activities may be offered however, these will come with an additional charge.

Group leaders can gain access to the museum free of charge for planning and preparation of group visits.

All group visits must be pre-booked at least 10 days in advance to ensure that there is adequate space at Jarrow Hall for everyone to enjoy.

Applying for Education Group Membership

Please complete the application form and a member of our team will be in touch to confirm your membership.

We look forward to welcoming you and your group to Jarrow Hall.

Avian Flu Hazard Protection

As of 5th May 2022 we have lifted additional bio-security measures for visitors and staff with regards to Avian Flu. This situation can change quickly although it usually only applies to the winter season. When in place, we cannot allow dogs, including assistance dogs, onto the farm area. No exceptions. All footwear and other items such as wheels and mobility aids that touch the ground need to be disinfected. At times, including at short notice, we may need to restrict access altogether, please get in touch for up to date information.

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