A national treasure
The Jewellery Quarter is an exciting industry hub; home to more than 100 retailers, diamond dealers, and workshops, as well as the Museum of the Jewellery Quarter, with a preserved 1980s workshop. All around there’s gems, from the Georgian buildings that line grassy St. Paul’s Square to the surrounding 18th-century St. Paul’s Church.
You’re never too far away from the best Birmingham has to offer. You’ll find plenty of amusement at The Jam House, in St Pauls Square amongst other adventures. Stretch your legs along the canal to Brindley Place where you can take in the latest exhibit at the Ikon Gallery, whilst enjoying a flat white from Yorks Cafe.
A place of unique character
For lovers of the Arts, you have Birmingham Museum, Symphony Hall, the Hippodrome, Alexandra Theatre, and the Crescent Theatre to choose from as well as other fringe companies and art house cinemas to entertain you.
Indie stores, eclectic bars, and art galleries fill the area, along with modern eateries.
You have everything you need on your doorstep, however if you wanted to venture further, The Jewellery Quarter is served by rail and tram. Car lovers benefit from residential parking permits, making driving in and out of the city far more possible and affordable.
- Stores: This is a shoppers delight! Not only can you find unique boutiques in JQ you are close to The Mailbox, The Bullring and everything in between.
- Supermarket: There's local delis & butchers - what a treat!
- Pubs: The Red Lion is a classic, and even has a fab outdoor seating area.