NEW! Jarrow Hall Education Group Membership

Interior of the reconstructed Anglo-Saxon Hall at Jarrow Hall

Education group membership is specially designed to allow education groups entry to Jarrow Hall during normal opening hours for self-led visits to our museum, reconstructed buildings and Anglo-Saxon Farm. Number on roll Rate (inclusive of VAT) Number on roll Rate (inclusive of VAT) Under 50 pupils £50.00 51-100 pupils £80.00 101-500 pupils £120.00 Over 500 […]

Regia Anglorum at Jarrow Hall

Anglo-Saxon battle kit

Renowned Living History group Regia Anglorum has been re-creating Early Medieval life for decades and their Northumbrian specialists, Sancte Cuthbertes Land, are joining us for a full weekend of demonstrations and interactions. These weekends typically sell out quickly so please get your ticket in advance. For Saturday 26th March, book entry via this link. We […]

Sunday Morning Farm Club

Primitive goats at Jarrow Hall

Guided by our team, young farmers will get behind the scenes, meet new friends, discover life on the farm and learn about the animals who live at Jarrow Hall. Suitable for ages 8 – 12.

Museum Artist Commission at Jarrow Hall

Museum Artist Commission at Jarrow Hall About the Commission Groundwork South and North Tyneside in partnership with South Tyneside Council Cultural Development, are excited to announce the commissioning of a piece of community engaged visual, sound or film work that will celebrate place, increase art and cultural engagement and increase collaboration between the arts and […]

A New Heritage Trail at Jarrow Hall Museum

Exciting news! We’ve created a new audio tour and activity sheet for the summer – launching with the Jarrow Festival on Monday 9 August this trail will take you on a journey through time. You’ll be guided through the park by our narrator and come across several characters from Jarrow’s past.


Explore the theme of agriculture through time in our new exhibition. Learn about the different types of animal who live on our farm and find out how agriculture has changed over time.

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