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Visit Jewellery Quarter

Chamberlain Clock, Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham UK

The Jewellery Quarter in Birmingham’s city centre is a very special place – there is nowhere quite like it in the world!

There are lots of interesting and fascinating places to explore.

Day Itinerary Examples

We thought we would wet your appetite with a few itinerary examples so you can visit us at Newman Brothers and also explore the wider area in a day –  mix ‘n match to satisfy your interests! The Jewellery Quarter is a compact area, everything featured is within 10 -15 mins’ walking distance!

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Thank you to the Jewellery Quarter BID for letting us adapt their map! Their website has a directory featuring all the business in the Quarter and is well worth a visit.

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EXAMPLE ITINERARY 1

9.30: Start the day with a cuppa at Urban Coffee, a mooch around the independent shops or explore Key Hill Victorian Cemetery

11:00 Guided tour of the Museum of the Jewellery Quarter

12:30 Lunch at the historic Rose Villa Tavern

14:00 Leisurely walk through the JQ, perhaps following the pavement trail

15:00 Guided tour of Newman Brothers Coffin Works

16:30 Drink and meal in the historic Shakespeare Inn

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EXAMPLE ITINERARY 2

9.30: Start the day with a cuppa at The Eight Foot Grocer and a wander around St Paul’s Church

10:30 Visit to the Wonderful World of Planes and Trains

12:30 Lunch at the Pasta di Piazza or one of the many bars and restaurants in St Paul’s Square

14:00 Leisurely walk through the JQ, stopping in at the RBSA Gallery

14:45 Visit to the Pen Museum or Newman Brothers Coffin Works

16:30 Drink and meal in the historic Red Lion pub by the Chamberlain Clock, and opposite the historic Warstone Lane cemetery

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EXAMPLE ITINERARY 3

9.30: Start the day with a gentle walk around the historic streets of the Quarter, and a spot of window shopping

10:30 Visit to the RBSA Gallery, cuppa at Saints Kitchen and a wander around St Paul’s Church

11:30 Visit to the new Library of Birmingham, taking in fantastic views of the city

12:30 Lunch at the historic Shakespeare Inn

14:00 Guided tour of Newman Brothers Coffin Works or Pen Museum

15:00 Leisurely walk through the JQ, perhaps picking up the pavement trail, a mooch around the independent shops or exploring one or two of the Victorian cemeteries

16:30 Drink and a meal at the Drop Forge pub

Plan your visit in more detail

Here are links to the venues featured in our example itineraries above

Featured Attractions

Attractions

Museum of the Jewellery Quarter

Pen Museum

Royal Birmingham Society of Artists (RBSA)

Wonderful World of Planes and Trains

St Paul’s Church

Library of Birmingham

Jewellery Quarter Cemeteries

 

 

Featured Coffee Shops, Cafes, Public Houses and RestaurantsEating and Drinking

Urban Coffee

The Eight Foot Grocer

Saints Kitchen

Shakespeare Inn 

Rose Villa Tavern

Drop Forge

The Red Lion

Pasta Di Piazza

These are just a few venues to get you started. There are many, many more places in the Jewellery Quarter to explore, eat and relax in. Please visit www.jewelleryquarter.net for information about other businesses operating in the area.