The Jewellery Quarter In Birmingham – A Brief Overview

The Jewellery Quarter In Birmingham - A Brief Overview Finding Your Way to the Jewellery Quarter By Rail Birmingham's Jewellery Quarter is located along the Birmingham Moor...

Jewelley Quarter Pubs

Jewellery Quarter Pubs The Queen's Arms Pub c1870 is a beautiful grade II listed (status granted April 2004) red brick building on Newhall Street on...

Jewellery Quarter Cemeteries

Jewellery Quarter Cemeteries   The two cemeteries are the last resting place of eight of Birmingham mayors, of alderman, councillors, M.P.s, industrialists, ministers, politicians, a holder...

Entertainment In Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter

Entertainment In Birmingham's Jewellery Quarter Looking for entertainment whilst visiting the famous square mile? The Jewellery Quarter has many great bars and restaurants and for a...

Jewellery Quarter Matters Since 2007

For the past 10 years we have been helping the general public (where possible) on all things to do with the Jewellery Quarter. From...

Key Hill Cemetery In Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter

Key Hill Cemetery was originally called Birmingham General Cemetery a Nonconformist (non-denominational) cemetery which is the oldest cemetery (not being in a churchyard) in...

The Jewellery Quarter Birmingham In Photos 2008

All these photos were taken by myself back in 2008 whilst setting up this website. The photos cover all aspects of the Jewellery Quarter...

Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter Pavement Trail

Birmingham's Jewellery Quarter Pavement Trail Walking the Pavement Trails 1.    The Key – The starting point of the trail. 2.    Silent Boots – During the late 19th...

Joseph Chamberlain & His Association With Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter

Joseph Chamberlain b1836-d1914 & His Association With Birmingham's Jewellery Quarter Joseph Chamberlain 1836-1914  Member of Parliament & Mayor of Birmingham ( plot 610.K ) buried...

Jewellery Quarter’s Top Visitor Attractions

Jewellery Quarter's Top Visitor Attractions Jewellery Quarter Museum The Pen Room, Museum & Learning Centre The Royal Birmingham Society of Artists St Paul’s Gallery Jewellery Quarter Train Station key Hill...

Jewellery Quarter Historic Building Trail

Jewellery Quarter Historic Building Trail A self guided walking tour around the Quarter reveals many outstanding, historically important buildings of which a selection are listed...

Famous People Associated With Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter

Famous People Associated With Birmingham's Jewellery Quarter The Jewelley Quarter has a number of its most famous citizens actually buried within its Cemeteries and in...

Old Blog Posts 2008-2010

Old Blog Posts 2008-2010 Horton Estates link back to the past February 5th, 2010 by admin?joe Birmingham based Horton Estates deputy chairman, Peter Horton has a family link...

Jewellery Quarter History

The Jewellery Quarter is found in Birmingham, England, settled within the south of the Hockley area of the city centre which holds a population...

Diamond Quarter Birmingham

Diamond Quarter Birmingham The Diamond Quarter (or Jewellery Quarter as it is commonly known) is a 1.07 square-kilometre (0.386102159 square miles area of Birmingham, England,...

Jewellery Quarter Goldsmiths Since 1553

Steeped in history, precious metals have been manufactured in Birmingham since the 14th century. In a survey carried out in 1553 a Mr Roger Pemberton...

A Lot To See In The Jewellery Quarter Not Just Jewellery!

From Museums, Galleries, Cemetries the small urban village of the Jewellery Quarter has it all. Whilst the Birmingham Jewellery Quarter is known throughout the world...

Museum of the Jewellery Quarter

Museum of the Jewellery Quarter located at 75-79 Vyse Street, Hockley the Museum retraces Birminghams 250-year-old jewellery and metalworking legacy with live demonstrations & workshop...