Diamonds are forever!
Birmingham Tours provides private guided Birmingham walking tours for groups all year round. Our themed walking tours are conducted by qualified Heart of England Blue Badge guides so that you have the most informative, enjoyable and entertaining experience. The walking tours usually last approximately one and a half to two hours but we are totally flexible in terms of timing and starting point so that we fit in with your itinerary. Minimum numbers (usually around 25 people) or minimum charge applies.
Jewellery Quarter Walking Tour – Diamonds are forever!
A unique guided walking tour around the Jewellery Quarter learning about its colourful past and present day glory. Visit St. Paul’s Square, the last remaining Georgian Square in Birmingham and the ‘jewellers’ church where Matthew Boulton, pioneer of the Industrial Revolution worshipped. Discover the architecture of the buildings around the square particularly those converted into workshops called `shopping’ where jewellery of all sorts has been manufactured over the centuries. Find the `Golden Triangle’ and marvel at the Chamberlain Memorial Clock, Key Hill cemetery – where many of Birmingham’s illustrious citizens are buried, Warstone Lane cemetery – site of the glacial War Stone and the Druids grave, the Museum of the Jewellery Quarter, the Pen Museum, the Assay Office to name but a few of the fascinating sites on this hidden gem of a walk!
“Birmingham Tours arranged guides to show the city at its best and even organised great weather!” – Debbie Warren – UCE Birmingham
“Dear Sue – just to let you know that our group had an excellent trip to the Jewellery Quarter yesterday. The day worked out very well – coffee on arrival, then to St. Paul’s Church and a walking tour. After lunch we were able to visit the Museum and had an excellent tour. We all learned a lot. Especially liked the Drop Forge restaurant where we had lunch. Please pass on our thanks to Diana, who was an expert and friendly guide. Now I feel I must re-visit the Quarter to see more…. With thanks for your help in organising the day” – kind regards Janet Walker, Charlbury U3A