Discover the treasures of Birmingham’s historic Jewellery Quarter on this immersive two-hour walking tour. Begin your journey at the renowned Birmingham City University – School of Jewellery, where generations of skilled artisans have honed their craft. Stroll through the charming St. Paul’s Square, admiring its elegant Georgian buildings and soaking in the vibrant atmosphere of this creative hub. As you wander along Caroline Street and Warstone Lane, delve into the Quarter’s fascinating past and present, witnessing the artistry and dedication that go into every piece of jewelry created here. Marvel at the iconic Chamberlain Clock, a beloved symbol of the Quarter’s enduring spirit, and learn about the hallmarking process at the Birmingham Assay Office. Immerse yourself in the rich tapestry of this historic district, where tradition and innovation intertwine to create timeless beauty.

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  • Professional local tour guide

Route & Duration

2 hours
  • 1

    Ormiston Academies Trust (OAT)

    Ormiston Academies Trust (OAT) has played a significant role in nurturing and training skilled craftsmen and artisans in the Jewellery Quarter.

  • 2

    Birmingham City University - School of Jewellery

    Birmingham City University's School of Jewellery is a renowned institution dedicated to the education and training of jewelry designers, makers, and industry professionals. It holds a prestigious reputation within the field of jewelry design and craftsmanship.

  • 3

    St Paul's Square

    St Paul's Square, with its historic buildings and jewelry-related businesses, stands as a testament to the area's rich heritage, including the St. Paul's Church.

  • 4

    58 Caroline St, Birmingham

    58 Caroline St, Birmingham, represents the architectural charm of the Jewellery Quarter, contributing to its distinct character.

  • 5

    Jewellery Quarter

    The Jewellery Quarter itself has been the heart of Birmingham's jewelry industry for centuries, fostering the growth and development of the trade.

  • 6

    Icknield Street

    Icknield Street, an ancient Roman road that passes through the area, carries a sense of history and connection to the past.

  • 7

    Chamberlain Clock

    The Chamberlain Clock, a landmark in the Jewellery Quarter, serves as a symbol of the district's identity and importance.

  • 8

    Warstone Ln

    Warstone Ln is home to numerous jewelry shops, workshops, and businesses, showcasing the Quarter's thriving jewelry trade.

  • 9

    The Big Peg

    The Big Peg, a prominent office and retail building, serves as a hub for jewelry-related businesses, supporting the industry's growth and providing workspace for designers and manufacturers.

  • 10

    Birmingham Assay Office Room Hire

    The Birmingham Assay Office Room Hire offers facilities for testing and hallmarking jewelry, contributing to the quality and authenticity of jewelry produced in the area.

Meeting Point

Ormiston Academies Trust (OAT)
(1 Victoria Square, Birmingham B1 1BD, UK) See Map

Cancellation Policy

You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund.