Explore this creative industrial hub in Birmingham and admire Georgian and Victorian architecture.
With over 400 jewellery retailers and workshops, the Jewellery Quarter in Birmingham is the ideal place to lose yourself amongst glittering precious jewels or even custom design your own jewellery.
This historic shopping area dates back over 200 years and is a Conservation Area with more than 200 listed buildings. At the heart of the Jewellery Quarter stands the iconic Chamberlain clock and a short walk from this landmark is the captivating Museum of the Jewellery Quarter giving you a glimpse into the area’s past.
Visit the fascinating Newman Brothers Coffin Works and see how the factory would have looked in Victorian times and the 1960s. Recently refurbished, The Coffin Works provided coffin furniture for the funerals of Sir Winston Churchill, Neville Chamberlain and the Queen Mother.
After a day of exploring the sparkling shops and quirky museums, relax and unwind in St Pauls Square. The Georgian square has a vast array of independent bars and restaurants, a perfect place to sit back and soak up the elegant architecture.
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