Halloween in the Jewellery Quarter

Happy Halloween! Nothing says spooky like a cemetery and in the Jewellery Quarter we are lucky enough to have three of them at Warstone Lane, Key Hill and St Paul’s Church. Each one with their own unique stories to tell of the people who lived and worked in the Quarter. Why not visit for yourself … Read more Halloween in the Jewellery Quarter

A look inside the Temple of Relief

Whether for freight, commuters or tourists, the railway has been an important feature of the Jewellery Quarter for many years and continues to play a vital role in the success of the area. The station features, the Grade II listed cast iron urinal known to locals as ‘The Temple of Relief‘. While no longer operational … Read more A look inside the Temple of Relief

Pen Museum launches its brand new exhibition space and receives the Queen’s Award for Volunteers

Thanks to a Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) grant and match funding, the Pen Museum opens its doors to the public; showcasing a new entrance, exhibition, shop and more. Alongside this launch, the museum’s volunteers will be formally presented with the Prestigious Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service by the Deputy Lieutenant for the West Midlands. The … Read more Pen Museum launches its brand new exhibition space and receives the Queen’s Award for Volunteers

The Countdown is on for Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter Festival

The Jewellery Quarter is gearing up to welcome its second annual festival, which is set to be bigger and better than before. From Friday July 22nd – Sunday 24th July, the Quarter will be taken over by performers, food stalls, free activities and more, making it the stand out Jewellery Quarter event of the year. … Read more The Countdown is on for Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter Festival

Jewellery Quarter featured in Past & Present Interactive Timeline

Travelodge has created an interactive timeline that showcases how much Birmingham has evolved over time. With eight images of historic landmarks and notable areas in Birmingham, users have the opportunity to journey between past and present with a simple slider. Areas such as the Jewellery Quarter have only seen slight changes since 1980, while other areas like … Read more Jewellery Quarter featured in Past & Present Interactive Timeline

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