Birmingham’s famous Jewellery Quarter is completely unique – there is no other historic townscape like it in the world. The heritage and history, particularly its listed buildings, are the envy of countries across the world.
How to get here
By train / tram
The Jewellery Quarter has a dedicated station (JEQ) on Vyse Street. Trains run approximately every 10 minutes and the stop is connected to major towns and cities in the UK including London and Solihull.
West Midland Metro services operate at frequent intervals. A oneway trip from New Street station (7-minute journey) only costs a £1 for adults and 50p for children.
For the Metro’s full schedule, visit their website.
The Jewellery Quarter is accessible from the city centre via the following routes – 8A, 8C and 101 (stops closest to Warstone Lane) also the 16, 74 buses (stops on Great Hampton Street). Visit National Express West Midlands website for up-to- date timetables.
On foot / cycle
From the city centre (New Street Station), it is a 20 minute walk (see pink route). Birmingham’s canal ways provide the perfect route for cycling – please visit the Canal and River Trust website to view the cycling route through the Jewellery Quarter.Quarter.
The Jewellery Quarter is well-signposted from the city centre, look out for the brown tourist signs on all major routes. From the north-west / north-east – take the M6, or M1From the south-west / south-east – take the M40 or M5
There is a huge array of car parks throughout the Jewellery Quarter. This includes a multi storey car park on Vyse Street. There is also on street parking.
Useful information of what to see and do in the Jewellery Quarter.
AMENITIES AND COUNCIL INFORMATION
119 Vyse Street
0121 233 4484
Opening hours: 9.00am – 18.00pm Monday to Friday, 9.00am – 15.00pm Saturday
36 Frederick Street
Opening hours: 6.00am – 11.00pm Monday to Sunday
10 Hall Street
0345 026 9822
Opening hours: 6.00am – 11.00pm Monday to Saturday, 7.00am – 11.00pm Sunday
St Paul’s Square Dental Practice,
51 St Paul’s Square
0121 233 0867
Opening hours: 10.00am – 18.00pm Monday, Tuesday; 08:00am – 16.00pm Wendesday to Friday
168 Warstone Lane
0345 740 4404
Opening hours: 9.30am – 15.30pm Monday to Friday
35 Frederick Street
0330 154 2193
Opening hours: 9.30am – 16.30pm Monday to Friday, 10.00am – 16.30pm Wednesday
Indian High Commission
20 Augusta Street,
0121 212 2782
Public hours: Monday to Friday 9.30am – 12.30pm and 13.30pm – 16.30pm
Report a lost dog, stray dog, dangerous dogs or a dog fouling issue by phone:
Office hours 0121 303 6007
Weekends and outside office hours only: 07500 553 000 (don’t text this number) or report on the website.
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