Jarrow is in Tyne and Wear.
It is easily accessible by busses from Gateshead Interchange and Newcastle's Eldon Square concourse, although it is much easier to use the Tyne & Wear Metro, which takes only around 15 min from Newcastle City Centre.
The various tributes to the Jarrow March
- Jarrow marchers mural, Jarrow Metro Station. small mural
- Spirit of Jarrow (near to Morrison's supermarket). large bronze statue
- Jarrow Art Centre, Viking Precinct. hold seasonal displays, usually of a local flavour.
- Tyne Pedestrian Tunnel (on the outskirts of the town). features the longest and oldest wooden escalators in the world.
- Bede's World. Jarrow's most famous resident was the father of the English language, the Venerable Bede, his life being celebrated at Bede's World, a museum and replicated Saxon village, next to the church of St. Paul and the ruins of the originally monastery where Bede lived.
- Robin Hood. where Jarrow Brewery's ale brewery is located